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Old June 23rd, 2018
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67 olds 88 taillight and bumber removel

Hello..i have questions about my recently acquired (1967 olds 88 holiday)i need to remove rear bumper in order to do some rust removal..i can get to bottom bolts and nuts ..but the top 1ns I have to remove tail light assembly in order to access ..i have took nuts off back of taillight.do I need to remove tail light chrome to push assembly out?
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