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Old July 30th, 2014, 08:39 AM
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Hi I'm new to the group. I am restoring a 1967 cutlass supreme, 2 door and I need some parts such as bumpers
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Welcome to the site, I am sure you will get help here. Just a note there was no carpet in the 67 trunk. It was spatter painted with the vinyl matting in the trunk.
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Hi Wayne, welcome aboard.

Just an FYI, in 1967 there was no Cutlass S. Did you mean Cutlass Supreme? You'll also need to revise your spelling of Cutlass.

What body style is your car (coupe, post coupe, sedan?)
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Old July 30th, 2014, 10:32 AM
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Hi I'm new to the group. I am restoring a 1967 cutless s and I need some parts, bumpers, trunk carpet, etc.
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Larry has many 67 Cutlass parts. Call Him 541-815-4363
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THanks Jonathon,

Yes I do have lots of 66-67 Olds parts.

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Welcome to the site, I moved your thread to the parts wanted section, should help. Post an intro in the newbie section with some pictures when you get a chance.
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I let my wife fill this out that is why there is a bit of misinformation. I have a 1967 cutlass supreme 2 door. I am looking for parts. Hope that clarifies things.
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Old July 30th, 2014, 10:12 PM
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Yes, it does help. Now, is it a hard top or a post coupe. The HT doesn't have any frame around the door window glass or quarter windows. The post cars do.

There are more 66/67 parts being reproduced now that previously, but some you'll have to find donor cars to scavenge parts. Haven't run into any of the vendors that sell repop bumpers for this era. Your best bet is to find a nice driver set and consider the cost (prohibitive) of replating.
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Larry, Would happen to have this truck trim piece? Blackend was 442, chrome was the cutless. I'll take either if you have something that's not pot rot like mine.
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Cutless usually happens with a dull knife
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You refer to yours having pot rot. Do you mean the bumps along it on the face? If so it has a rough surface factory.

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did u get my message?
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If you mean email yes and did respond. If you want straight bumpers that means you want nice bumpers. I have a driver grade bumpers. If your plan is to have bumpers replated or chromed again. the quality chrome shops like: Ogden Chrome jig them and make them straight as part of the restoration of the bumpers. Most have some flaws. I have good core bumpers for restoration. Rot and being torn are the worst case.

Hope this helps.

Best contact for me is direct email [email protected]

or calls 541-815-4363

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i was asking W.D.
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Old April 16th, 2018, 08:48 AM
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i was asking W.D.
W.D was asking in 2014. I sure hope he got his bumpers by now.

Dadsbadass442 unfortunately resurrected this long-dead thread and now we have confusion over who needs what part. Since he already has his own thread looking for a new trunk trim, I suggest using that one instead and letting this one return to the grave.
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