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Parts necessary to swap bumper pad front end onto GT by dremu
Started on: 09-15-2020 01:10 AM
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Last post by: Patrick on 09-15-2020 01:16 PM
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As subject, what would one need to put a bumper pad style front end



(thank you to whatever member I stole that from )

onto a GT. Obviously I'd need the bumper fascia proper and the trim across the front, and presumably the reflectors and such inside the bumper. Are the supports or whatever metal underneath different than for the GT bumper?

I've been searching but haven't found anything absolute.

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The molded trim is different, the bottom molded trim is different, and the crumple crate is different. If you succeeded, the front would not match the rest of the body work.
What is the purpose?
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A bumper pad GT, I think it looks great! Can you give use a pic of the rear of the car?

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I think I've seen this done before, but I don't remember where or when.

I believe it makes the care look more Lotus like.
Please post a lot of pictures if you decide to do this.

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In addition... the wheel well liners and the air dam assembly will be different.
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