Hello do anybody have have a 64 coupe rear center bumper section and a passenger lower front bucket that are driver quality for sale I posted in the wanted section but got no reply 

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James, The post show up in our In Box regardless of which forum you post to. I moved this to the Wanted to Buy forum. I did just pull a relatively straight 64 rear bumper center, but it has 2 holes for a trailer hitch that would need to be filled. Other than that it would make a nice rechrome candidate once repaired. I would take $75 for it. If interested shoot me an email to jasonedge@nc.rr.com.

I have a rear center bumper, but it has some dings and dents and the chrome is not perfect. It looks like you're in Florida, so it would be expensive shipping from here in Maryland. Check with Jason Edge as he is closer and probably has one in pretty decent shape. 

Hey Jason the one I have has the same trailer hose to I was hoping to get one just to throw on the car without rechromin but thank u anyway 

Yours can be repaired... will cost a bit extra, but will be well worth it. It is getting extremely hard to find them in decent condition with no holes, no dents or other issues.

I do have a driver and passenger front bucket set. I will sell seperate. Jon 561-3010659

I do have a 1964 set of lower front buckets. Will sell seperate. Jon



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