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Old 09-22-2020, 07:24 PM   #1
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After a long search for original bumpers and back from powder coating, the T is finally looking complete.
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Old 09-24-2020, 09:52 AM   #2
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Very nice, mine was fitted with an aftermarket single bar style when I got it. I like the look of yours.
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Hey Tom, thanks. I really want to thank a fella in MI who could not use them on his coupe and was reluctant to sell them on the MTFCA classified.

I had searched for a very nice set for several years and was lucky he shipped them out to Vacationland so another T could put them to use. These were in exceptional shape and the brackets fit perfect with the factory drilled frame holes.

These modern cars drive way to close and I need all the protection this little Fordor can get
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We call that win win: Looking good, providing protection.
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We call that win win: Looking good, providing protection.
I ordered turn and stop bumper mount lighting kit from Logolights in NC. the installation for the T split bumpers are similar to the videos on their website for an A.

Will post some pictures when done. Was going to get these @ some point but my recent drive over the weekend has me convinced these fools around here have no idea what hand signals are and moved that project up the priority list.
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