There were a couple vendors with stacks of bumpers of all different decades of cars at the last few meets I've been at. Might be worth hitting a couple of the bigger/more reputable ones in your area up to see what they all have. I know a lot of what I saw weren't 'new' per se, they were solid OEM cores that were rechromed- meaning not weaker alloy Chinese steel.
I understand the attraction of just click and buy online these days, but, there's really no substitute for putting your hands on a part before you buy. Just put in the effort and you may be surprised what you are able to turn up.
Bumper Boyz have a LONG history of problems, I would suggest doing some research if one was contemplating using them. Many complain of chrome failing in a short time, as well as the previously mentioned issues.
Obviously, I have not used them for those reasons, but had a friend that had to use one a customer of his had provided that was sourced from them. Not good.
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