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Bumpers, rear door upper, right and left.
Bumpers, front door, upper. Approximately five eighths (5/8) inch square, three eighths (3/8) inch inside diameter. Steel core, retained by screw.
Bumper, folding seat rest. Also used as hood pad. Original configuration, with fabric base and molding screw hole to fit #10-32 screw.
Bumper, hood, fastened to cowl at rear of hood. Steel core. One and eleven sixteenths (1-11/16) inch diameter. Two (2) per car.
Bumper, front and rear body hinge pillar, one (1) inch diameter by one fourth (1/4) inch thick, held by screw, steel core. Auxiliary, used only where needed to prevent door rattle.Note: also used on 1942-50 Packards with Clipper styling near t
Bumper, trunk opening on lid. Metal core, as original, screw held. Two (2) required per car.
Bumper, front door above the upper hinge on the upper radius of the door. Stiff-backed, retained by screw, mounted on door only.
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