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i agree with robert. The idea of a crush zone didn't really exist (As we think of it today) when these cars were built. design work would have been done in the early 60's for these cars. most cars still didn't have seat belts at this point.

the first "crush zone" was the 5 mph bumper..in 1972. it's job was to protect things like the headlights.

stiffen up the trunk area where all that weight is hanging, reinforce the steering box. beyond that, it'll probably make no diff. in a street car.
 
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