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Offline New Eagle owner

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1988 eagle
« on: May 11, 2015, 12:57:14 AM »
guys I'm looking for the 4 side pieces that go on the sides of the bumper 2 for the front 2 for the back I think they're number 11 on this diagram. If anyone knows anyone that has them and would be willing to part ways especially if they're white I would really appreciate it

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Re: 1988 eagle
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2015, 01:01:17 PM »
They are commonly called end caps, corners, bumper ends etc.  They are somewhat available for the wagon, bur rear SX4 caps are made of Unobtanium.
1980 Eagle Turbodiesel Wagon (only 2 known to exist as of 2008)- 7-7-2011 Flight to it's new nest @ Rambler Ranch
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1982 Eagle 4 Door Sedan  Copper over Satin Black
1985 Eagle Sport Wagon October 2007 ROTM (SOLD)
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Re: 1988 eagle
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2015, 02:48:25 PM »
They are commonly called end caps, corners, bumper ends etc.  They are somewhat available for the wagon, bur rear SX4 caps are made of Unobtanium.
yeah I figured that lol. It would look so much better with all of them on. One of the back ones is bent and the front two are just gone

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Re: 1988 eagle
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2015, 04:40:36 PM »
What body style are we talking abut?  If a wagon, I am sure someone here has some for sale.  If for an SX4, good luck.
1980 Eagle Turbodiesel Wagon (only 2 known to exist as of 2008)- 7-7-2011 Flight to it's new nest @ Rambler Ranch
1983 Eagle Wagon  Tan over Copper
1982 Eagle SX4 "ALTREGL"  (avatar photo)
1982 Eagle 4 Door Sedan  Copper over Satin Black
1985 Eagle Sport Wagon October 2007 ROTM (SOLD)
4 Biofuel powered Benzs ('98 E300, '82 300 CD, '82 300 TD (wagon), '80 240 D)
1983 GMC Van (6.2 Diesel)
1985 Mitsubishi pickup (2.3 Turbodiesel)

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Re: 1988 eagle
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2015, 10:54:48 PM »
What body style are we talking abut?  If a wagon, I am sure someone here has some for sale.  If for an SX4, good luck.
it's a wagon

 

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