'62, '66, '68 misc.

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'62, '66, '68 misc.

Postby frasern » Tue Nov 23, 2021 3:23 pm

I am re-organizing, and have some extras I don't need,
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The '68 rt. turn signal was mentioned on another post, $100. Left housing available for $70
lots of stars, Fender and roof, 25 ea, '68 header $40, 62 hood orn. $60, Trunk lock cover $30, or $5 for just the base.
The '62 fuel door star has detached and is pitted, so a bit of a fixer-upper but at least it's not lost. Door is not dented, $50.
And I still have those two saginaw columns for $100 ea. I can't believe no one wanted them last time!
That '62 carb spacer is a bit rare, so I think $50?
Core carb, Autolite 4300, it is D2vf AA, unknown condition, but has a fitting drilled into the choke. Also have the one off the '68 460, C8vf-H, disassembled and clean inside. can put back together, or ship as is. $50 each. Edit: Oh, all right, $30 ea.

The '62 conv. tail panel is a "wanted", both mine were drilled.
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Re: '62, '66, '68 misc.

Postby frasern » Tue Nov 23, 2021 4:07 pm

I also have this '68 trim package, all of it for $250. One door trim is dented, dash trim paint a little checked, but not lifting.
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All will be shipped at actual cost, but come from Canada. I can be reached by PM or 306 445 6847
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Re: '62, '66, '68 misc.

Postby TonyC » Wed Nov 24, 2021 3:15 pm

Since I lost Frankenstein's Saginaw many years ago, I have had an interest in a replacement, especially if said replacement is green. But with the engine in a coma, and wonky heater malfunctions before that, my interest had to be backstaged.

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Re: '62, '66, '68 misc.

Postby frasern » Wed Nov 24, 2021 9:26 pm

Well, if not for the shipping cost, I would offer to swap for the '67, I don't need one, but wold rather store that, than the '66s. But oh those shipping costs!
The '68 also has a tilt column, so many tilt columns.
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Re: '62, '66, '68 misc.

Postby TonyC » Thu Nov 25, 2021 4:49 am

I couldn't agree to a swap, anyway; that '67 column I have now has actually proved to be all the more important than just for looks. As I had replaced Frankenstein's original-original transmission with a '67 model, the shift dial on the '67 column has become an important operating piece. I didn't even realize it at the time I did that work, because back then I was not aware of the differences in the valve-body designs between the '66-only model and the models made after that year. Despite some headaches I had with that conversion, my '67 column is still workable; plus, I already have taken out the one critical design flaw in the column's construction.

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