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The bumper from the second link is made out of fiberglass, that's why it's so much cheaper. I have a real Cervinis Stalker bumper from Cervinis which is made from the same stuff the factory bumpers are made from. Some kind of plastic that won't break as soon as you touch it with something. Don't go with the fiberglass bumper!! You WILL regret it if you do. The first time something bumps it it'll break and it'll probably look like crap and not fit right from the get go.
Get the real one for sure. Mine fit great and was very well built. I got mine for free though. Haha Someone traded in a gt with the entire stalker kit on it. The owner of the car lot said he wanted it as stock as possible. I took the car to my house and got the hood, rear bumper and wing off of it. It was already painted black too, I just put it on.
Well i would love to find a used one but if i HAVE to pay $500 then i will. And yes i will be placing the letter straight onto a plain rear bumper. The only other way is WAY too expensive. Body work alone would be in excess of $1000 to prep, fill, emboss, and paint then install. Not willing to spend that amount on a rear bumper. Might just leave it with stalker on it or just filled still debating.
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