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Bumper, hood to fender. Four (4) required for all models.
Bumper, hood to cowl and door hinge pillar upper. May be used in both places.
Bumper, hood, self-retaining, along edge of hood against fender. One half (1/2) inch outside diameter, for five sixteenths (5/16) inch hole in sheet metal.
Bumper, hood panel to fender.
Bumper, hood front in grille.
Bumper, hood-to-fender side. Requires two (2) per car.
Pad, hood rest, front, to radiator header bar (top of grille).
Bumper, trunk or hood. Molded with clearance for screw. Used for: Buick 1942-50 Bumper for trunk. Chevrolet 1949-55 Bumper for rear hood corners on cowl. Chevrolet 1949-50 Bumper for trunk. Oldsmobile 1938 Bumper under hood corner on radi
Bumper, hood. Top dimension one half (1/2) inch by five eighths (5/8) inch, one eighth (1/8) inch thick.Length: .50 inches. Width: .625 inches.
Pads, hood vent door. Self-retaining. Twenty (20) needed per car.
Bumper, hood side panel.
Bumper, hood, 2 uses. Hood to radiator shell at side panel, Hood to fender, as required. Up to ten (10) required per car.Buick requires six (6) per car.
Fastener, hood to cowl weatherstrip (and other uses), self-retaining steel button, eleven sixteenths (11/16) inch head, for five sixteenths (5/16) inch hole but will fit down to one fourth (1/4) inch hole.
Bumper, hood to fender ledge. Up to ten (10) used per car.
Bumper, hood to fender. Attaches into slots on fender. 4 required per car.
Bumper, rear hood. Two (2) required per car.
Bumper, hood on fender.1965-66: Mustang (4 required). 1967-68: Mustang (2 required).
Bumper, hood ornament base. One (1) per car. Self retain.Cadillac 1939-48 Bumper, rubber, hood ornament base. 1 per car.
Pad, hood or trunk emblem.Ford Cars 1955-56 Pad, hood emblem. Ford only. Ford Cars 1955 Pad, deck lid emblem. Ford only.
Clip, hood to cowl weatherstrip. Normal usage is fourteen (14) to sixteen (16) per car as needed.