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09-23-2007 07:24 AM
busterwivell You'll also need a 70 core support.
09-23-2007 05:42 AM

it bolts on but you may need to make some minor adjustments and you'll need a 70 front bumper and 70 front fenders to get your blinkers as they are on the bumper and the lower sides of the fenders for 70, also if your doing that you may want to change to a 70 rear bumper as it is way different than a 72.
09-23-2007 12:44 AM
El Co 406
1972 to 1970 front end conversion

Does anyone know if I need a kit, or if the grille, headlight basket and bumper from a 1970 A-body will mount up to the front of a 1972? I'm more partial to the quad headlight look and lack of corner signals.


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