FBBO Gold Member, Male, from Winchester Virginia
Also search for keystone on this site. Lkq is their parent company, same thing.
http://www.lkqcorp.com/en-us/ They charge around 350 a piece. Bumpers must be solid with no rust through or they wont take them.
That's a good price, mine aren't rusted on the front. A little reminder st on the backs but just surface. Both fron and back have a small amount of bend in the where the PO kissed something at low speed maybe parking. I guess a will call them I don't see any information on restoration procedures
If you are still in need of bumpers, I saw these on ebay. http://m.ebay.com/itm/253066120823?_trkparms=aid=222007&algo=SIC.MBE&ao=1&asc=20161006002618&meid=cb43f99bc01747f09d37d2f097f662aa&pid=100694&rk=3&rkt=4&sd=112425338239&_trksid=p2385738.c100694.m4598&_mwBanner=1
Thanks for sharing, I didn't see those. I've been trying to find a nice set. Looking for something restored or in very good shape. The ones I have are not real bad but need restored. I might end up getting a set from bumper boys.
I wouldnt waste my money on the ones they sell. They use a cheap chrome process. Their bumpers are not triple chromed. You can still see the sand marks in them and they fade and peel after a few years in the weather. If you have good cores you can have them redone. I use Keystone Automotive. The use a three stage process and give a lifetime warranty.
Thanks allot for the help, do you have the contact information? I googled them and found more than 1. I did notice some of the BB bumpers looked sub par. There was another bumper restoration place out of Ca. At Carlise but same thing, quality wasn't what I would expect for 800 dollars a bumper.
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