above the bumper

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  • These late cars had the front turn signals relocated to the outer edges of the front grill, above the bumper.
  • The car sported bulbous headlights and its tail lights were arranged in a thin line just above the bumper.
  • The rear featured a revised boattail-like trim with square-taillights above the bumper.
  • The fuel filler neck moved to a position above the bumper, rather than below as on 1972-73 models.
  • The grille openings were widened, and received one additional slot just above the bumper to increase cooling.
  • The taillights were situated in the rear panel above the bumper, and were now long rectangular units with rounded outer edges.
  • A single chrome recess held both the lamp and the black panel in place; this extended from the windshield to just above the bumper.
  • Taillights were revised and the license plate/fuel filler was moved above the bumper.
  • New taillights were fitted for 1987, the rear numberplate reverting to its original place above the bumper.
  • The license plate and fuel filler were moved above the bumper and taillight lenses were revised.
  • The 1974 Grand Prix received a revised split grille with vertical bars that was entirely above the bumper.
  • The opening boot/trunk lid made it necessary to reposition the rear-license plate, previously under most circumstances centrally mounted just above the bumper, and now mounted on the rear-wing on the left side.
  • A backup camera, mounted just above the bumper, allows the driver to see obstructions behind the vehicle, displayed on the navigation display screen, whenever reverse gear is engaged.
  • A squarer cornered radiator grille insert had a cross-hatch pattern that appeared both above the bumper and through a horizontal slot cut into it.
  • The squarer cornered grille insert had blades that seemed to emphasize its vertical members and it appeared both above the bumper and through a horizontal slot cut into it.
  • Prominent styling features included an egg-crate grille with a Monte Carlo emblem in front and vertical taillights above the bumper.
  • The Chevrolet SS had revised front styling unique to that model, incorporating four headlights and large turn indicators in the front edge of the fenders above the bumper.
  • The 1974 Catalina and other big Pontiacs had a new Mercedes-like center split grille and revised rear styling with new bumpers on the aft end and license plate moved above the bumper.
  • Out back were new federally mandated 5 MPH bumpers to match the similarly mandated front bumpers of the previous year and less curvaceous rear end treatment with vertical taillights and license plate/fuel filler moved above the bumper.
  • The roadster featured disc wheels, DuVal-style windshield, side-mounted spare (fastened with straps), and three headlights, the third mounted at the lip of the hood above the bumper.
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