what is the body part called that fits on the body filling in the gap by the rear bumper

Asked by Jan 28, 2015 at 12:29 PM about the 1976 Buick Skylark

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

missing a body part and need to know the name; what is the body part called that fits on
the body filling in the gap by the rear bumper?

6 Answers

click on the pictures for full screen. I couldn't find the name of the part but what I did was email the salvage yard asking them...Don't know if/when they will respond but if/when they do I will PM you here..just tell me if I am looking at what you are talking about please

Or contact some salvage yards in your area and describe it just as you did here, "the part by rear bumper, under taillight, not part of quarter-panel", and include left or right side. The 2-door and 4-door are different, the 4-door has a crease

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I am guessing it is called the rear bumper filler panel or something like that.

65,365

Bingo, it is a rear bumper filler.

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