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Old 08-24-2009, 12:25 AM   #1
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Mould for Seidl tuning e36 bumper

I made a heavy duty 3 piece mould of the bumper I bought for my old ride in case anything happened to it since I got screwed into paying almost $1600 for it years ago ( with US exchange and shipping from Germany, long story ). Anyways, if you have some fiberglass skills and want a seidl bumper for a fraction of the cost then this is your chance. $225 obo. 2 layers of gelcoat and 3 layers of heavyweight fiberglass mat. Same bumper as in my sig or take a look here

The main body is just covered in dust not scuffed up or rough like it looks in the pic.
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