Jump to content

Wanted for a 1942 Cadillac 6719 sedan


Recommended Posts

<TABLE width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=center>Posting for a friend</TD><TD vAlign=center>

</TD><TD style="FONT-SIZE: smaller" vAlign=bottom noWrap align=right height=20> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

<HR class=hrcolor width="100%" SIZE=1>EXTERIOR

Hood center molding (Also the flying lady parks her lower end in it)

Turn signal chrome bezel ring about 4 inches in diameter. (Yes it is round)

Raised wings Cadillac hood emblem for front of hood

"C A D I L L A C" front of hood lettering (8 holes in hood to affix it)

Left bumper guard

2 each headlight doors (Rims) paintable.

2 each rectangular (about 5 x 8 inches) fog light lenses

2 each rear bumper guards

1 each right tail fin (upper portion of tail light )

1 back up light assembly

Tail light base assembly (mid section)

Chrome cover for combination trunk handle and license plate holder (the part that encloses the light lens)

One pair of correct mirrors (what ever that means)

One exterior door handle with retainer

One pair stone guards or where can I get new rubber put on mine

One pair of fender skirts or rebuildable ones

5 each 16 inch correct wheels (16" x 6" from 1939 and 1947)

4 each rebuildable hub caps

Rear valance ( I have one in very poor condition and would be easier to find a good one?)

Ends and center for front bumper Valance


Turn signal lever (stalk?)

Ivory shift lever knob (standard transmission)

2 rebuildable sun visors

Left half of windshield molding with joiner pieces

Parking brake handle

Rebuildable steering wheel (mine is down to the metal)

4 (one set) interior door panels

1 interior door handle

Left rear door window molding

One short (22 1/2 inch) foot rest for rear seat, foldable and 6 screws (3 each but I have one with out fasteners and not sure what I need one would help to get the right ones?)

2 air grilles for under seat heater that heats rear of cabin.

One set of 4 running board covers (or where can I get mine reconditioned?)

4 lock knobs (The ones you screw on the lock extension and pull on to unlock it)

Carter carburetor part of the automatic choke (The arm that sticks out and engages the spring in the choke)

Please reply to Gary Griffin glgriffco@msn.com


Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Create New...