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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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69 Quarter Scoop Trim

What's the official name (or link me to NPD's site) for the trim that goes in the fake 69 quarter scoops/vents?

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On a fastback (Mach 1) to the rear of the door handle and below the rear vent window, the fake scoop has (I think) black honeycomb plastic in the fake scoop. That's what I need the name of/link to.

I'll get a picture of where it goes when I get to the office.

I hope my description helps, simply still drawing a blank on it.

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I think that part is metal, not plastic. And I'm not sure they are reproduced.


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It goes in this scoop...

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I think that part is metal, not plastic. And I'm not sure they are reproduced.


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Correct, it's pot metal and as far as I know, is not reproduced. Surprised someone with a 3D printer has not started printing some yet.

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Thanks for the information.

I put up a wanted ad...

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Do you need both sides or just one side?

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Both to the best of my knowledge. I haven't seen either side so far in the parts I got with the car. They could be there and I may have overlooked them. When I get back in the office, I'll go out to the warehouse and double check.

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I saw this today on Craigslist. Its only one side, and they want $80 for the item. Just throwing it out there after seeing your post.

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...912606956.html

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Hiding in the bottom of a box with headlight parts in it...

Thanks for the help!!

It looks like maybe it should be black except for the chrome around the edge...is that correct?

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I don't believe there's any chrome. Only a satin black.

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I don't believe there's any chrome. Only a satin black.

Mike
Looked up pictures by the part number on the back of each part and they all seem to be as you suggest, solid satin black.

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Crisis diverted...

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