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  1. Not for me, but a friend of mine in the Boston area. Any and all leads would be appreciated.
  2. I'm pretty sure I have an extra power steering pump for your 364. I got several of them and put new seals in all of them. Send me a PM if you are interested. Ted
  3. It is the rear window glass that I have. The front glass had a big chip in it and broke in half when I was removing it.
  4. I bought a couple of 57 Buicks several years ago and parted out the Super 2 door hardtop. I have sold almost all of the parts, but have a really nice rear window glass. I am tired of tripping over it in my garage. If you want it, it's yours. I am outside of St Louis. Would prefer a pickup or I can meet somewhere in the middle. I really don't want to ship it. It is really a good window and I hate to just pitch it if someone can put it to use.
  5. I have a pitted hood ornament left over from a car I sold several years ago. It needs replating to make it nice. I have no use for it, but hate to scrap it out. If you want it, it's yours. I won't even bother to ask you pay for shipping, which will probably be about $10. Send me an Email at: gearhead46@centurytel.net Ted
  6. I have the rear glass, but not willing to mess with the shipping. If you are willing to pick up in St Louis, or meet in between, then we can make a deal. The front glass is still made new and can be bought from a local glass company. I think they go for about $800. Ted
  7. I know this is not what you are asking about, but I do have a nice NOS set of front parking light lenses for your car. If you are interested in them, I am willing to make you a very friendly deal on them. Ted Becker
  8. I am not set up for Paypal. These mounts are for the Skylark GS, but I see your cars are the Riviera GS. The standard "big car" mounts will work on your car. I bought the mounts at a NAPA store and they were around $10 each. I will take some photos and post them earlier. I should have done that to begin with.
  9. Are there any nailhead engines in the stash? Not sure if I want to go and pull an engine or two, but I'd make the run down there if there are some of them already pulled out of the chassis.
  10. As you all know, the engine mounts for the 65 and 66 GS are unique to that application only. The base that attaches to the engine is the same as the mount on the big car. The U shaped channel that attaches to the body mount is the part that is unique I got a machine shop to make me several sets of the U channel and bought several mounts at a NAPA store, then I sent them off to Steele Rubber to make me new mounts. I just got them in the mail today and fitted a set of them to my engine and they are perfect. The mounts are in the Steele plastic packing with the part number 70-1890-11 I have 3 extra sets to sell. I would like $200 per set, which covers my expense and a couple of tall cool ones. I am not out to make a fortune, just want to cover my costs and help out others who are left in the cold needing a set of mounts. These should fit in a USPS flat rate box that will cost about $10 to ship. Your check for $210 made out to Ted Becker along with your mailing address will get you one of these fine sets of mounts. Ted Becker
  11. See my PM to you with details of a lead for you.
  12. John, Please check your PM for a note from me.
  13. I looked and did not find any numbers on the mount. I did, however, get several pictures that should be helpful.
  14. I am working on a 65 Gran Sport with the 401 engine. One of the engine mounts is the correct 4 bolt piece, but the other is a 3 bolt Chevrolet mount. I would really like to have the correct mounts on both sides. I do not need good rubber in the mounts as Steele will put in new rubber, but they need the core to do it. Ebay and various auto parts stores show the mount, but it is not correct. If you need a picture of the correct mount, I can post it. Help or leads would be much appreciated.
  15. I think I just answered my own question. It appears that the big cars have a lip on the top of the door to fit the chrome strip that goes along there. The small cars do not have this chrome strip and the top is rolled over. So there you have it, the answer to my own question agrees with Old Tank's information that the big cars are unique.