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    67S front bumper deco

    I have original 67S front deco rubber, one piece with the proper bull nosed end shape. Does anyone know if I can install this on the currently available alu S trim? The original alu and whats available now are finished differently at the ends where the rubber slides on. TIA SS

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    + The aluminum I have seen offered is not anodized "finished differently" and sticks out like a sore thumb. Also rubber will be sloppy lose. I ended up reanodizing original 'THE KING OF TRIM' and was very satisfied with the results. While I was at it I sent all anodised with exception of F&R glass trim which is still available and correct.
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