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Hello all,

I purchased a rear bumper set up from another member but have decided that I am going to use the Ireland Engineering fiberglass rear variant instead. I have gotten rid of my front bumper so I think it might look odd to have it out the back.

My plan was to trade this in for one of the freshly restored chrome bumpers available online. I have about $350 or so into this setup.

It has some rust on the inside of the bumpers, so its either a good candidate for a 'driver' that doesnt need to be perfect, or also a good core if you are going for concourse.

I have the mounting kit as well, I forget the brand name of the fellow who made it.

Price is $275 shipped, firm. I am trying not to lose anymore money than that.

I have pictures available that I will try and add, I can send you them immediately via email or text.




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Just bought a '76 2002 as a daily driver to replace my '87 325es. Trying to keep it healthy while I finish my '95 M3 race car.

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