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Goodmark Goodmark Chrome Bumpers
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2 40325 October 3, 2007
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100% of reviewers $175.00 8.0
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Description: All of Goodmark's bumpers are die-stamped from automotive grade steel and chromed to the highest standards available.


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blue67ragtop
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Registered: February 2005
Posts: 135
Review Date: April 30, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $175.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: excellent fit, good finish, and reasonable price
Cons: lacks some definition of the original bumper

I recently added a Goodmark front bumper to my 70 Chevelle. The fit was excellent and for the price is a very good product. If you are doing a high point original car you will probably want to rechrome an original however. The repro bumper chrome is fine for a nice driver or local show car but the finish on mine was slightly wavy, not bad, but not perfect chrome either. On the underside there were a couple of additional mounting holes that were not on my original bumper. However original bumpers may also have varied between plants, I'm not sure. If you have a nice driver and want to improve the appearance of the front end and want to save some money over rechroming this is a nice option. If your current bumper is straight and you plan to do a high point car, you would probably want to rechrome the original.
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Link_ster
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Registered: June 2006
Location: Montana
Posts: 18
Review Date: October 3, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $175.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Great chrome finish, and pretty close to orginal
Cons: Had to "drill" holes for my SS emblem

I replaced my 71' orginal SS with a goodmark rear bumper this summer.
As mentioned, had to drill holes for my SS emblem. I had it done at a machine shop ($20), due to worrying about chipping the chrome. It would be nice if the holes were pre-drilled for SS models or as an option-Small detail, but something to consider. Also, the edges of the chrome where sharp, instead of nice and rounded like OEM. A little lighter gauge than orginal, but that is expected. Other than that, the quality was very good, matched the details and concurves the best that I have seen. I took the orginal and placed in the rafters for future chroming (est. over $300), etc. I am going to replace my front bumper this winter, and again store the orginal in the rafters.

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71' Chevelle SS
69' Camaro SS-In progress (4yrs so far-finally home, but lots of more garage time until complete )
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