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Pics of parts 64 Catalina


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RE: Pics of parts 66 Catalina


those would be 1964 catalina parts.

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i would be interested in the catalina dash emblem above the glove box.

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spred those parts out, we need more pictures.

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pontiax wrote:

those would be 1964 catalina parts.





Doug, Pete is correct on that, those are parts from a 64, not 66. I'll move this over to the 64 section so the right guys will see it.

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Sry I don't know nothing about it.The guy thought it was 66 lol.Most of it is sitting in a trailer and at -25 I sure as hell wasn't going threw it all.

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No worries, just wanted to put it where it has the most exposure. Looks like a lot of stuff and there's likely someone here who can use it.

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pontiax wrote:

those would be 1964 catalina parts.


 Now we are talkin' ... 1964biggrin

Did you buy the parts Doug? If so, I know I'll be interested to see more of what you got.

That tail light and trim, if in very good, undamaged condition could be at least $60.00 of your $100.00 back. I was also looking for 2 good bumpers a year+ ago ... they are very hard to find in undamaged/very good condition.



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I haven't bought it it yet.Was waiting to see if it was worth the bother.Could be tempted but the guy needs to know tomorrow or its junk.

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The owner must be lazy (and doesn't know his cars, saying it's '66 stuff) ... there is a lot of saleable stuff there ... more than $100.00.



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I bit the bullet and bought this stuff.Will post pics in the for sale next couple days,

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How many private messages has pontiacanada sent you regarding the parts LOL.?

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And Roger Rabbit??!!!

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saskyponcho wrote:

How many private messages has pontiacanada sent you regarding the parts LOL.?


 biggrin I'm about to hit the "send button" Kyle!

Actually I'd like to see what is available. Doug is closer to you for BIG parts!

 



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Am posting in the for sale section in 10 min.I will post aproximent prices cause I don't know much about this car.Okay I don't know crap about them you got me.

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1 more the you have saskyponcho

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