A flashy rear bumper can be the difference between show and shine victory and defeat. The JConcepts rear bumper set which targets the late 1970’s to early 1980’s styling looks the part on a number of shells on the market. It’s necessary for the rear of the body to have a mounting area flat enough to accept the injection molded items and position the bumper just below the tailgate just like the real thing. Bodies such as the JC #0305 / #0329, #0417, #0381 are perfect and accept these new chrome plated goodies.
The two bumpers are very different, the angular corner bumper (1970’s style) appears more like a home-built piece with plated steel, chromed over with a diamond plate finish. This looks good on a work truck, or a hustling piece which provides a little more function and step use on a jobsite or business venture. The (1980’s style) is more glamour, fit to purpose and features a recessed center section to allow for a license plate and looks more like a daily driver or show truck bumper. Each package contains a backer strip which is placed inside the body, and it is used like a large washer to give some resistance or structure to the final assembly.
These items are must haves for retro truck builders looking to give their vehicle just a little more personality. Each set contains mounting hardware, one backer strip, and chrome plated bumpers. The product is designed in the U.S.A. and always backed by JConcepts customer service, supported, and developed by professionals with style, and authenticity.
- 1970’s and early 1980’s styling and design
- One angular, one rounded bumper with step recess
- Injection molded parts with chrome plating
- Mock, diamond plate surface
- One injection molded backer strip
- 3mm mounting hardware
- Retro monster truck goodness