JimmyS

Bumper mounted rumble seat step

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Looking for a bottom rumble seat step for my 1932 Chrysler.

 

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I have part of a rough one, but not the bracket that attaches it to the bumper bracket.

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Just now, JimmyS said:

I’m interested 

Let me dig it out and get a photo of what I have.

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Looks like I have two of them. One has the rim that is slightly bent (first two photos) and one has the rim that is painted (third and fourth photos)....

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On 1/30/2020 at 8:33 PM, keiser31 said:

Deal done. Thank you Jimmy!


done and done! Thanks keiser31

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Those steps look AWESOME!

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Posted (edited)

Excellent way to attach that step to the bumper bracket! Did you see photos of an original or is that just your own ingenuity?

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