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If you have an Alfa you know how hard it is to find a replacement for the rear bumper strip. I have an Alfa and I know. This is the perfect replacement. They are a combination of aluminum and formica. It is flexible, so you can bend it around the bumper's corners with out a heat gun, and it bends without cracking. And no messy contact cements or adhesives are needed to hold it in place. Now thats pretty cool. Now these strips were not cheap to purchase and then have cut to size, I matched it exactly the the factory original. Now I have way too many of these and thought I could pass them on to other Alfa owners and recoup some of my cost . Next, you can cut it with tin snips with out it cracking, splintering, or shattering. And it is very durable. It has a brushed aluminum appearance just like the original, Installation is very easy. Use the pre-existing holes that are in the rubber bumper, mount the first side, pull and wrap to the other side, mark for hole, put screw in, cut the excess to fit. The strips are 8 feet long, more than enough to do the bumper. I have searched long and hard to find something that matches the factory insert and this is as close to factory as you're going to find. There is a clear plastic protective film to keep it from getting scratched while installing and removes easily after you have it in place. The car in the picture is mine, I installed it myself, and you can see the result. This will work on all Black Bumpered Spiders, GTV6's, and Alfetta's. Finish your restoration with one of these. If you have any questions please feel free to ask, and yes I take Paypal. So $50 each gets them, this is very fair, it took days of driving and research to locate these and now I just have way to many and thought I could share them with you guys. The post office now has a Fixed shipping price for anywhere in the US, so $15 bucks gets it to you no matter where you are.... in the USA
 

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Black Bumper insert trims, 50 dollars, plus $15 shipping.

Hey Everybody I still have a few of these left if anybody needs one, they really do work!
 

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I'm in Los Angeles, near the Beverly Center, La Cienega and Wilshire Blvd., How far away are you?
 

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81 Spider rear bumper

Hi, I have a 81 Spider, I m looking for the Chrome bummper to change out the Ugly Rubber one I have,Or somethg that you guys may know that will easily fit on???

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If you still have one I'll take it for my '77 - mine is still slightly damaged from the time I got a push start from a pickup in 1993! PM me if you do, and we'll work out payment, etc.
 

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Hi, I probably still have few in the garage, let me take a look, Are you still interested? I usually send 2 strips to allow for the oop's factor.
 

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bumper trim

Hi, yes I'm interested if you still have a couple, I've relocated and am near Vancouver WA, might affect shipping charges, thanks
 

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Bumper Insert

I'd like one!

Please let me know how you want the money!

Best,
Timothy Przygocki
895 31st Avenue # 7
San Francisco, Ca. 94121

[email protected]

home: 415 387-8737
Cell: 415 305-2438
 

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Thanks Guys, The trim went out Monday, if you have any questions just let me know. Might be time to make some more strips!! If anyone needs some let me know.
 

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Rear Bumper Insert

Evan, I got mine. Everything arrived well and I'm anxious to do the installation! Thanks again.

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Timothy
 
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