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Old 10-27-2012, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am parting out a '67 coupe that has been sitting in my backyard for many (10+) years.

Most of the sheet metal is toast (doors, qtrs, trunk lid, hood).

I will probably keep the fenders (they are in okay shape).

Most of the stuff on this car I would classify as a 6 out of 10.

If there is something odd you need, please post here.

Be patient waiting for any responses.

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Old 10-27-2012, 11:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am parting out a '67 coupe that has been sitting in my backyard for many (10+) years.

Most of the sheet metal is toast (doors, qtrs, trunk lid, hood).

I will probably keep the fenders (they are in okay shape).

Most of the stuff on this car I would classify as a 6 out of 10.

If there is something odd you need, please post here.

Be patient waiting for any responses.

Keith
what about the grill, dash board pieces, scuff plates, window cranks, hood hinges, is it a v8 or 6 cly.? e-mail to slotracer@aol.com
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hi, looking for 6K tach and cluster, console, console parts? Let me know, Wally
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No tach or console pieces.
Grill....mesh is in 3 pieces.
The running horse, corral, and bars are too pitted to be usable.
Dash pieces have lost their plastic chrome trim.
Scuff plates (I guess these are sill plates) are dinged up and bent up too much for even a daily driver IMO.
Window cranks (window regulators)...are probably still okay....I can check them out. If you are talking about the handles to roll the windows up and down...they are trash.
Hood hinges....now those might be usable to someone. They have been off the car for probably the last 8-10 years stored in my garage attic.

The car was a 6cyl car and I dropped a 289 in in back in '87. Nothing else was changed over (hubs, rearend, etc).
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No tach or console pieces.
Grill....mesh is in 3 pieces.
The running horse, corral, and bars are too pitted to be usable.
Dash pieces have lost their plastic chrome trim.
Scuff plates (I guess these are sill plates) are dinged up and bent up too much for even a daily driver IMO.
Window cranks (window regulators)...are probably still okay....I can check them out. If you are talking about the handles to roll the windows up and down...they are trash.
Hood hinges....now those might be usable to someone. They have been off the car for probably the last 8-10 years stored in my garage attic.

The car was a 6cyl car and I dropped a 289 in in back in '87. Nothing else was changed over (hubs, rearend, etc).
How much for hood hinges and window regulators? I could alos use the hood latch on the hood if you have that.
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How about the hazard switch on the steering column?
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Hazard switch is broken. Sorry.
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hows the chrome on the rear quarter windows?
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did you find the hood hinges?
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Just wanted to make sure when you said no console pieces you meant the floor console. I was looking for some of the floor console parts.
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I need the plates that go inside the B pillar that holds the screws for the door strikers.
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Sorry for the delay. Have been busy with the kids here at the end of soccer season / time change / cold weather. Yeah yeah....I know....excuses, excuses.

I will get to some of the requests/questions tonight.

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Steering column? Is it tilt?
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Not a tilt steering column.
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