Each bumper has a topside picture and a bottomside picture except the first one which only has a topside picture. I'm pretty sure the green one is homemade. http://s1181.photobucket.com/user/nils1227/slideshow/bumpers
hmm... going to post those on Ebay right.. or *** post them without identification.. ortake them to the swap meet.. you can also take them to a bumper shop... they might buy them as cores... you can look thru the catalogs over at LMC TRUCK online.. to see if you can identify what they came off of. but thats going to be tough.. there are a lot of people using the forums to identify their parts piles to give them an advantage at ebay.. most of those look like mid to late 50s gm and gmc bumpers..
What is ebay?
Even if I were trying to sell these, wouldn't it benefit the classic trucks community? If there are people in search of some of these to make their trucks complete, wouldn't that be a good thing? Or do you support pieces of history going to scrap yards? One day you might be in search of such a thing.
no.. i totally agree with you...take more pictures..post them to individual images or turn off the slide show..paste the individual image links here. take some measurements between the mounting holes.. as that might help identify the actual application...i hate throwing out stuff..thats why i mentioned bumper shops.. if you cannot identify the parts.. or swap meets..