bumper covers

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  • However, he lost his back-end bumper cover & his car came to rest against the fence.
  • The Limited model gets a different front grille and bumper cover from other models.
  • The SE model can be identified by a single exhaust pipe and different rear bumper cover.
  • Certain color base-model Neons, including red and black, had bumper covers molded in color rather than painted.
  • Gordon's car was found with an unapproved front bumper cover.
  • The front and rear bumper covers are no longer painted a contrasting color, but the plastic side body cladding continues.
  • Tailpipes were now turned down as the new bumper cover eliminated the tailpipe extensions.
  • The European DL also didn't have paint on the front or rear bumper covers, and remained in their natural state of black plastic.
  • The front bumper covers the front rounded fenders, while the lower half of the lights is embedded in the front bonnet.
  • The front and rear bumper covers, headlights, grille, and moulding were updated, giving the car a more modern look.
  • Drivers complained that the front bumper cover does not have adequate ground clearance to clear a curb in a parking space.
  • The rear fascia was slightly changed adding a notch on the bumper cover of the sedan.
  • At the center of this, the silver Thunderbird logo was moved onto the front bumper cover from the front lip of the hood where it was located previously.
  • For the 1974 model only, casting limitations mandated left and right bumper covers with a vertical center seam.
  • A new rear nameplate for the rear bumper cover was introduced, eliminating the individual "Corvette" letters used since 1968.
  • The front fascia saw substantial stylistic changes with larger air scoops in the bumper cover, new headlamps, and a new, slightly more curvaceous hood.
  • The front hood (bonnet) and front bumper covers are not interchangeable with the North American version due to slight changes in the sheet metal.
  • The front hood (bonnet) and front bumper covers are unique to the North American market due to slight changes in the sheet metal in comparison to those items used internationally.
  • Plastic side cladding was not present on the side doors of the Outback; the lower half of the doors were painted a contrasting color also found on the front and rear bumper covers.
  • It also features a unique front bumper cover and a rear (non-functional) diffuser to differentiate it from the standard Sedan and GT models.