front bumper

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  • On the front end, each has its own design for the front bumper.
  • The front bumper is the first part of the vehicle that the air must flow around.
  • The front drive models received new a front bumper design.
  • He was known equally for his ability to use his front bumper and his natural talents.
  • The front bumper design is also different, with a raised section in the middle above the license plate.
  • Used mainly with commercial vehicles, which often have a towing eye in the front bumper.
  • A new, larger front bumper to meet federal standards was added to all models in 1973.
  • Updated version can be easily distinguished by different shape of front bumper and front fog lights.
  • Crash safety improved with this change because of a compressible structure behind the front bumper.
  • The front bumper has a distinct hole that is used to draw cool air into the newly designed air intake.
  • Other features include distinctive front bumper with strip-form LED daytime driving lights.
  • The front bumper covered only the corners, allowing the grill to be much more prominent than normal.
  • Changes for 1974 included even larger front bumpers and new larger rear bumpers to match.
  • The front bumper is more box-like, which catches more air and slows the car.
  • The rear bumpers on the cars have been lowered, while the front bumper has been raised.
  • The front bumper was battered; the vehicle appeared run-down, it may have previously been in an accident.
  • The front bumper was also replaced by a bigger one.
  • The new front bumper has two smaller sections on each side of a smaller air dam as opposed to a single large air dam in previous models.
  • This meant a new, somewhat larger grille with its lower edge pulled somewhat lower into the lower lip of the front bumper.
  • Police vehicles often have reinforced front bumpers to support this technique.
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