74 Camaro fiberglass bumpers

Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by crazychevellema, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. crazychevellema

    crazychevellema New Member

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    Guys, can you help me find fiberglass bumpers for my 1974 Z28? I will not deal with http://www.up22.com they jacked me in the past! Please I need your help.
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  2. qn60e6

    qn60e6 Veteran Member

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  3. Camaro1976

    Camaro1976 Veteran Member

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    could you post some more pics of your car please? :)
     
  4. crazychevellema

    crazychevellema New Member

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    :cool: What about the brackets, where can I get lighter ones?
     
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  5. AJ_72

    AJ_72 Veteran Member

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    May I see a pic of the front with the hood closed? I've been thinking of getting one of those Hilborn scoops for my car, but I've only seen one other, besides yours, with one.

    Thanks,
    AJ

    BTW, great looking ride. My first Camaro was a '74 and I miss it a lot.
     
  6. SS2001

    SS2001 Veteran Member

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    Let me be the first to say, That is one SWEET car!!!
     
  7. crazychevellema

    crazychevellema New Member

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    Here is the dyno sheets ZZ502 aluminum GM performance parts heads ported polished..... ect.
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    here is a pic of my 70 Chevelle Ls6 454 I am restoring. It will be all original.
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  8. Camaro1976

    Camaro1976 Veteran Member

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    i was going to get that intake for my 76 as well, but ended up getting a good deal on the butterfly one so I got that. What kind of edging did you use around the hole?

    For the brackets you basically can gut the inside of the old bumper and remove all the big "springs", until you just have the two cylinder pieces. THen when you have them mounted at the right depth you can either weld them or bolt them.
     

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