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Old 02-12-2018, 11:55 AM
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Bump. Loads of good parts to be had on these! I will be headed up there myself when the weather gets nicer!
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Not only does that '74 Superior Pontiac have a very nice steering wheel, but it has a tilt column as well! Somewhere there is a Superior Pontiac ambulance that really needs this!
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I need to call and find out if that hood lip moulding on the 68 is intact.
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When the body work was done on my 65 MM, they lost all but one piece. I am in desperate need. I'm uncertain whether this will work on my car. If anyone has an idea, and if it will, I'd very much like to buy the trim.
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Any coach builder 65-70 ,the trim will work.
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Any coach builder 65-70 ,the trim will work.
Thank you so much for that information. One step closer to “finishing” the exterior.
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Spent the last two days pulling parts off our parts coach for customers. It was also a combo although limousine style. Black crinkle roof still shows well on her. Still have her Crown headliner and most other Crown features.

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James, guess you now know I have some parts pulled for you. Snow is all gone and I got out soon as I was able.
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