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Old 10-18-2017, 08:26 PM
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Default '69/'70 Olds Fender Skirt

Left(driver's) side fender skirt removed from a '70 Olds 98. '69 & '70 should be the same. Not even a hint of rust. Removed from a rust-free Oklahoma car. $75 plus actual shipping.
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Assuming it was a procar, which firm and car?
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this set I do not know about. butt he difference in the 71 to 75 pro cars is CB split the front of the skirt to compress it so that the lip would clear the 890s when the body came up. this required a longer molding then the stock skirts
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This skirt came off of a '70 Olds 98 LS 4-door hdtp.
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Those were classic luxury cars. Did it still have the vanity on the back of the front seat?
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I didn't look. I would love to own a '67 Olds 98 LS 4-door hdtp!
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me to, all I has was a 67 88 conv.
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I didn't look. I would love to own a '67 Olds 98 LS 4-door hdtp!
I had a white one, with a white vinyl roof, and a gold brocade cloth interior. I don't think that there was one option that was left off of that car. Bought it in 1967 when it was repo'd by GMAC after 3 months of not one payment on the note after delivery.
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I'll sell you a 65.
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Back in the day a local township and the New Jersey Turnpike had Olds cop cars. Complete with 455s certified speedometers HD suspension etc. The cop version was around through 70 when the 71s came out never saw another. The Turnpike cars had power door locks and the drivers door was disconnected so the trooper couldn't lock himself out.
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