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1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards

1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards

33-34 Ford, 2.88" Overall Width, 7.88" Overall Height, .60" Inside Height, Zinc, Chrome

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1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
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1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
1933-34 Ford Chrome Bumper Guards
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  • OEM replacement
  • Original black stripe
  • Front and rear are the same

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MFG. Part #:
91130024
Overall Width:
2.88"
Overall Height:
7.88"
Inside Height:
.60"
Material Thickness:
.12"
Material Type:
Zinc
Finish:
Chrome
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Each

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These bumper guards are OEM reproductions for your 1933-34 Ford. They feature the original black stripe down the center and are available in a chrome finish. Front and rear are the same. Sold each.

  • OEM reproductions
  • 1933-34 Fords
  • Original black stripe
  • Chrome finish
  • Front and rear are the same
  • Sold each

Note:  Round-headed type bumper bolts are required to install these bumper guards.  Speedway Motors does not offer this type of bolt currently.

 

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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