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I have a '73. I don't particularly care for the size of the '73 bumpers. I would like opinions, suggestions, comments, instructions, pictures regarding either tucking or shaving my existing bumpers to reduce their size/massiveness or possibly changing them to the smaller '69, '70, '71 style bumpers. What say you? Thanks, Jim
 

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Nice project, as for the bumpers, i sent a pm about them, my front is real tight, its up to the grill and i removed all lower grill/bezel trim, if you do this on yours, install the bezels first or you will have to aim your headlights down and install them from under the car, heres a pic of mine for motivation. also since you are modding the body a little check out my tail lights , you need two pair to do it all red, pm me if you want details. Later!
 

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Hey guys. Thanks for the info. Definitely don't want to move the gas filler neck... Way too much like work. Tucking looks as though it will be easier. Plus, I can always use some visual tricks to reduce the perceived size of the bumpers when I paint the car. See the 2009 Super Chevy Nova Annual mag on the table of contents page for a visual.
 
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