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Old 10-03-2016, 01:23 PM
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Default 1971 - 1976 Miller Meteor Cadillac Citation Hearse Stainless Steel Trim Pieces

Not the most glamorous post ever, but I thought that these parts may be helpful to someone on this site. The seller of the parts removed them from his/her coach...The seller provided before and after pics....What do you think; do you like it better before or after?

1971 - 1976 Miller Meteor Cadillac Citation Hearse Stainless Steel Trim Pieces

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-1976-Mi...16.m2518.l4276

These Citation specific trim pieces came from a 1974 Miller Meteor Cadillac Citation end loading hearse.
I have ascertained that these WILL fit model years 1971-1976 Miller Meteor hearses.
However, I will only guarantee that it will fit on the same year and type vehicle that it was removed from.
I removed this when I was repairing the roof of my coach and decided to not put them back on.
I have included a photo of my coach prior to removal and then again after they had been removed from it.
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Same car right? If so I like the primer version and what a top.
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he has drop the car down a modal.
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I like it in the before pic better, although I concede that the stainless steel trim can trap dirt and water which could lead to rust....just my opinion.
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The 3/4 top was a high end option from MM. Were there effects to dress up were not as successful as Superiors they did offer a striking difference between the models.
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