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Old 04-26-2010, 09:57 PM
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1977 Mustang II

We have recently started a project for a customer that has a 1977 Mustang II.
We are looking for a Roll Cage and fiberglass bumpers for this project.
If anyone has any ideas where we can find these items please "E" mail back to us.

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S&W Racecars has a cage kit for it, probably most other chassis companies do too. I have no idea where you might find fiberglass bumpers, this isn't a very popular car. Try US Body Source, VFN Fiberglass, maybe Unlimited Fiberglass- www.up22.com(but be wary, they have a poor rep on quality)
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Thanks for the tip. I tried on line to find someone with bumpers but had no luck. I do not want to use the original bumpers due to weight factor.
A good rollpan would work if I could find one. Customer wants car finished by August Ha Ha.
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