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Stumbled onto a new self-service salvage yard today in my part of the world with a vintage section. The '67 Cad was pretty much complete, except the carb. The blue '76 has a rust-free L/F fender, which I bought for $40.
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that's way better then I can do up here now
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Need anthing for your '67 Ed?

I saw at least 5-'67 Cads, 3-'68 Cads, 2-'69 Cads, and 3-'70 Cads today in addition to many other years.
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Need anthing for your '67 Ed?

I saw at least 5-'67 Cads, 3-'68 Cads, 2-'69 Cads, and 3-'70 Cads today in addition to many other years.
I'd be interested to know the condition of the hood lip mouldings on those 68s
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Need anthing for your '67 Ed?

I saw at least 5-'67 Cads, 3-'68 Cads, 2-'69 Cads, and 3-'70 Cads today in addition to many other years.
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I could use the power antenna and windshield wiper switch from a '67. Thanks for posting this!
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I'd be interested to know the condition of the hood lip mouldings on those 68s
Actually I also need a blue front passenger arm rest
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The arm rest is off a midsize gm car like a malib
Jon if you have a a power antenna all ready most any fender mount will go on. The big thing is the fender bezel and the lower bracket and you have them. But first make sure it just not a dirty conection or the plug has come apart.
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Actually I also need a blue front passenger arm rest
You can buy the plastic arm rest bases(black) and pads in any color that you want. Both are being reproduced. I bought a pair of red arm rest pads a couple of years ago. I will have to dig to find out where.
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I'd be interested to know the condition of the hood lip mouldings on those 68s
You will not find one that is perfect. 2 of the '68s still had their hood lip moldings and someone had, obviously, grabbed the molding off of the third car. 1 of those 2 had a crack dead-center, as most will. The other molding amazingly had no cracks, but it was dented. That hood was chained(yes) and wired down and had obviously not been opened since being in that yard. The nipper that I had with me was not stout enough to cut the heavy wire and it was closing time at the yard. I was going to grab that one, but will have to do it next trip.
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