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Victory Lane
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Hmmmm...Maybe JC Whitney guards?
 
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Maybe I have the measuring points wrong Tom D? Where are you coming up with the 3.5? Big Grin


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Tom I think Tom is refering to vertical measurment. In his pitures notice how low they are, almost so they're on the underside, as low or lower than the license bracket holes.


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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Ok. I'll check something tonight

coincidentally my incorrect location measurement is 3.5! figures right Roll Eyes


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I'd like to nominate myself for dopey member of the month... and the one guy that can't take two pieces of a puzzle and fit them together Roll Eyes what an as s...sorry guys

I suppose its still intriguing what the holes ARE for


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Anyone looking for some GREAT bumper guard cores for rechroming... all four front and rear?


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Awww come on Tommy, we've all done it. Sometimes we looks so closely at something we "can't see the forest for the trees." That's why we have that saying. Wink


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Thanks Mike!
Great diagram. Tom you really had me going there for a minute. I hoped my pictures would have been worth a 1000 words for you. No worries! You finally got it. Wink It still leaves the big mystery of why those holes are there. It is probably for a tow bar and extra bolt on strength to hold it on.
 
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Way to go Dopey! Cheers You sure are a fart smeller !!!! Big Grin
 
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Tom, maybe someone had one of those wide British licence plates on the front. You know the ones about 4-5" tall and 16" long. You never know what some people did over that long period of time since 1967. Could even be some crazy front spoiler thing.
 
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or fog lights
 
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Tom, maybe someone had one of those wide British licence plates on the front. You know the ones about 4-5" tall and 16" long. You never know what some people did over that long period of time since 1967. Could even be some crazy front spoiler thing.

David in 67 the British plates looked like this. Big Grin My guess is that it was for fog lights if it was a race car.

 
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Weave Frowner Why do you call me a fart smeller? Why do you hurt me with your words roll


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I know you'd do the same for me Tommy!!!! Cheers
 
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