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ok i posted some things i need for the inside and my exterior is in pretty good shape i don't need much for it. I nead a rear bumper, the rear bumper filler (plastic between the car and bumper) the rest of the car is in good shape. thanks for the help.

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Use the same sources I posted in the interior blog. Same bone yards.

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Now that I think about it, the bumper plastic filler might be tad hard to come by. You might have to make your own for plastic or metal if you strike out at the bone yards.

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Now that I think about it, the bumper plastic filler might be tad hard to come by. You might have to make your own for plastic or metal if you strike out at the bone yards.

I found one on franks pontiac parts site. Again thanks for the info bud.

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Excellent! Glad I could help!

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While reading this month's Hemmings Muscle Car, they had an article about the '73 GTO. It stated that the GTO had a 1.25" front sway bar and a 1" rear sway bar. So in your calls to the bone yards, if they are parting out a '73 GTO, ask for the sway bars since the Lemans would have a 7/8" or 1" sway part in front. As I said earlier, some of the 2nd gen Firebird stuff will bolt in too. You just have to do your homework first.

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