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  1. I have an old simple cotton cover for my 19 ‘Dodge. Searched for years for something similar and have not found anything like it. Tag is completely lost all ink. Wish I could find another...
  2. Looks like the panel that covers the top gap from the core support to the top of the radiator. Can’t help with age / model.
  3. Thanks. It looks like one of my insulator had perished. I have procured another and will hopefully be on the road soon.
  4. Went to fire her up and everything was spinning but no spark. I have this happen before and a little twist behind the dash of the amp gauge did the trick. This time a ‘pop’ , a whiff of ozone, and the needle when hard left. Question is: Are these rebuildable? Seems like a sealed unit.
  5. Also keep in mind that most people lease today. The negotiate a payment number not a purchase number. Some car loans go for 7-8 years now. No one keep s are car for more than 3 years it seems. When used cars were in demand some dealerships were calling the people with leases offering to let them out early in exchange for a new car with the same payment just so they could make money on the used car.
  6. @AntiqueTags Sorry, I dont know what happened after this was posted for sale.
  7. This one looks like it has the original interior... https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2796538243915130/
  8. Pretty rough and $15K https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/261875042029748/
  9. Location would help people decide if the price and cost of shipping (vs local) is in their budget.
  10. These are generally referred to as ‘top saddles’. I am sure someone can give you the casting numbers that work for your car. As mentioned the number of top sockets and mounting point and angle of these were specific to auto makers.
  11. I actually went the opposite direction. My father was a VW man. We had a van and many bugs. Learned to work on them and do everything you can to such a simple car but I would never own one again...
  12. I second that..every panel photo I see I copy to my disk drive
  13. I’m in North Alabama. If you don’t get someone that wants this for their car and you need/want it gone. Let me know and I will pick these up and store until a home is found.
  14. Growing up my friends dad had a root beer brown 66 mustang GT, with brown/tan pony interior, basically all the options, with a light tan vinyl top. There were not many GTs around so never really thought about what a unique color combination it was. Later his dad restored it and went with the typical red/white. It became ‘common’ when he did that IMO
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