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I got in a minor fender bender when a taxi hit me. (I'll post pics when I can) Does anyone outhere have any idea how much a front bumper will cost, or have experience with this? My front left quarter is ok, headlight ok. It was literally a no speed, "No fault" accident - damn cabbies. Any comments would be appreciated.
02-13-05, 01:03 AM
Front bumper is not too bad. Ask the CTS guys because alot of them do a changeover from the standard CTS to the CTS-V front end. Actually, come to think of it, you may want to check miscreant's site (www.ctsowners.com). He listed part numbers and how do do the whole thing.
Good luck and sorry to hear about that.
Here's a whole new front end bodywork assembly:
Front Bumper Cover - GM Part# 12335777 List $545.64 GMPD $321.92 +s/h
Grille - GM Part# 25750638 List $269.15 GMPD $158.79 +s/h
Impact Bar - GM Part# 25764982 List $165.59 GMPD $100.05 +s/h
Energy Absorber Right - GM Part# 25746732 List $94.55 GMPD $53.91 +s/h
Energy Absorber Left - GM Part# 25746731 List $94.55 GMPD $53.91 +s/h
Extension Cover Right - GM Part# 25750634 List $30.18 GMPD $17.81 +s/h
Extension Cover Left - GM Part# 25750635 List $30.18 GMPD $17.81 +s/h
Air Dam (rubber piece) - GM Part# 25716142 List $65.83 GMPD $38.84 +s/h
License Plate Bracket - GM Part# 25750631 List $15.69 GMPD $9.25 +s/h
Hope this helps,
Man, you guys are on the ball!!!
That is an old saying, do not read anything into it!!!
Thank you! You guys here are awesome. I'm at work right now, but I have some make shift pics I took before catching the train that I will post later.
Don't thank me too much. I printed the parts catalog that Reed posted on the FAQ's website. Looking up part numbers and cross referencing them with GMPD is just time consuming. I'm happy to help fellow V enthusiasts, but Reed is the real hero here, I'm just a foot soldier.
02-13-05, 06:38 PM
The irony CVP33, is that I copied what you posted above and put it up in the miscparts page. This page is the part numbers that people specifically ask for (so they dont have to go digging).
Its a full circle.
So, its now up here as well:
I dunno, I cant seem to figure this out. I'm just not the computer genius.
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