Bumpers, Screw Attached
Bumper assembly, front door hinge, upper, stop. Two (2) per car, steel core as original.Height: .6875 inches.
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 or spacer, spare tire in fender well. Eight (8) required per car. All models with fender wells.
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, hood to radiator grille frame. Four (4) per car, normally.
Bumper (stop), swing out windshield against dash. Steel core, nine sixteenths (9/16) inch diameter by five sixteenths (5/16) inch thick. Replaces #3681093. Two (2) per vehicle.
Bumper, rear door bottom.
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.
Pad, hood latch swivel for hood latch pressure against hood corners. For screw or rivet.
Bumper, door lock post, upper, one half (1/2) inch diameter by one half (1/2) inch tall, plated screw.Height: .50 inches.
Pads, hood door corners, cup type.1931 Twenty (20) required. 1932 Twenty Four (24) required.Height: .375 inches.
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