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  1. I agree, either a 420 S or U. I've got a '59 435, but that is pretty much in a different category. I would think that the 420's would be worth more, but upon the examples shown, $3500 does seem like a fair price.
  2. Probably because of the added pollution controls on it. I had my '72 getting about 24 Hi-way at one time. My '71 with a 4-Barrel would get 20 and my other '71 with a 2-Barrel would get 22. All not bad for a big car.
  3. That's true. I forgot about that, although in this case we are trying to put '72 Fenders on a '71.
  4. I always believed that '71-'73 Impala Front Fenders were the same, but a quick check in the book (Hollander Interchange) states they are different. I know the Front Corner piece is different, but figured they would interchange otherwise. Just wondering if anyone out there has any experience with this. Thanks
  5. 1957 NOS 210 and Bel-Air 4-Door Hardtop Passenger Side Lower Rear Quarter Molding. This Molding is not labeled, but should be Part #4689251 and is 49 3/8 Inches Long. Impressive Condition with No Shelf Wear. Looks like new in '57. Pictures Available, $135, plus Shipping Expenses. Other '56-'57 4-Door HT Parts Available. Bill 540-297-1200
  6. I would say a little, but not that big of a difference. The value would be on the person needing it. Someone building an Early '62. Also, I wouldn't say that your block would be very early. If it was normal production an early date would be July or August.
  7. I'm not too up on anything older than '53, but I would say no. I believe the '53 and '54 Body Shells are by themselves.
  8. Still hauling in parts. Many truck loads since my last update.
  9. We are also lucky enough to have it around here at a few different places. Some at 89, some 90, some 91 Octane. I just bought some 90 yesterday at $2.99 per.
  10. Looks familiar. I've seen pictures of it somewhere before. Real nice truck. If the Rollback were to break down, the Wrecker could haul it home, lol.
  11. I ran into a Scammer once in Hemmings. He got my $25 Deposit, but that was it. The next step proved to me he was a Scammer. I reported him to Hemmings and his big fancy block ads dis-appeared soon after.
  12. By the way, since my first post, I did re-run another ad in HMN. Since the rules have changed, I just re-wrote another ad and dropped the Bold print to save some on the increase. Still want to be a customer as long as I can. Hope it can continue on to prosper.
  13. Evidently you need to be a paying subscriber to get full access of Hemmings.com. As a current non-subscriber, I am getting some online, but very little. Is this correct?
  14. Just to add a little more info, I still really like the publication and I agree it is still the best of the best out there in book form. I also like to have something to hold and not always have to rely on electricity to read something, whether it is a HMN or other. But as a small-time vendor, it has become too inefficient for me. If it would make my phone ring like it used to back in the 90's, I would gladly be a month to month advertiser as well as renewing my subscription, as long as it could be a reasonable part of my budget, like it used to be.
  15. I keep all my real old ones, but when I was a monthly subscriber, I also just saved two a year. Since I let my subscription run out, I just pick up about one a year now when I'm around some of the stores that still sell them.