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Help Identifying Rogue Bumper?

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Every picture I have seen of a D14 Dodge the front bumper does not have these two upper portions. Was the a bumper from another model car, aftermarket addition, or a homebrew setup from a guy pretty good with metal working?

http://i.imgur.com/BVgR1.jpg (Hi Res)

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Cow pusher, added on after the fact, might be home made or might be an accesory. Looks home made

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The bumper and guards at the ends are absolutely correct for the 1940 Dodge. The two horizontal center bars may have been added later.

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Edited by keiser31 (see edit history)

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The outside guards and bars are factory, the center bar looks home made. '39 Dodge is similar.

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The reason prob that you cannot find the ends is because as I mentioned it was an add on, many would consider un-attractive, the purchaser would have had to pay extra for the guards.

I would keep them on there, maybe it was part of a deluxe package. Worth looking into

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The end guards were an option for the DELUXE and the two center bars were added by someone.

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