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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-09-2018, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: 69 Fastback Interior Qtr. Trim Panels

Looking for a pair of original, restorable 69 interior trim panels. 70's are slightly different where they fit around the quarter window. Any color is fine. Part # C9ZB-6331486-CW
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-09-2018, 03:18 PM
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I've got 4 or 5 cars I can check next weekend when I make it up to my junkyard- long shot, but I'll look. Are they the same if the seat is a fold down vs stationary, or are they different? I know 2 of them still have the steel package tray in place for the non folding style.

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Thank you for replying. Fold down and stationary panels are the same. Below is a link showing the differences between 69 and 70. I am located over by Des Moines and would be up for a road trip to save the hassle on shipping if it works out.

http://anghelrestorations.com/upload...anels_v1.1.pdf
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Nice- I'm onlyabout 2 hours East of you then. I'll see what I can dig up next weekend and keep you posted.

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Still looking for a pair of restorable panels. Thanks!
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I have a pair of inner rear panels.They are 1969 panels. Petty nice ,couple of tears in one but repairable. Black OEM pair. Pics and price available [email protected] Thanks, Bob
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I have a pair of inner rear panels.They are 1969 panels. Petty nice ,couple of tears in one but repairable. Black OEM pair. Pics and price available [email protected] Thanks, Bob
Thanks, Bob. Sent you and email yesterday.

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