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Without part numbers several pieces may never be able to be identified.  Google images are your friend for stuff like this,  just start going year by year and Dodge Chrysler Plymouth , possibly even Desoto or Dodge truck/ Van. The one ribbed piece has a 65-70 look to it.   Could be 70's as well though.  I did parts for years.  Stuff like this will drive you nuts.  You will also find many fit undesirable cars and may never sell no matter how cheap you price them. 

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"NOS in Chrysler boxes" without part numbers? That is curious!  Any in paper wrappers? Also a P/N source.

The parts pictured look like anodized aluminum which can be quite valuable depending on model and/or whereabouts it's used on the vehicle.

Maybe a few more photos might help with ID.

  

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An unusual Motherload!  Closest I could find on long pieces with curved end might be rear fender top trim on 64-66 Chrysler Imperial, but uncertain.

If there's a Date somewhere on one of those cartons that might help. There's some value there.

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Check out the models produced at the Newark Plant - looks like a lot of C body products in late 60's.  The ribbed piece is similar to the lower side moulding on a 69 Polara 500, might be a starting point for image searches at least.  Toughest part with trim is shipping it - those long pieces will kill you on the costs as the box will end up being oversized almost every time and you get hit with a surcharge but C body stuff is getting popular.  

 

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28 minutes ago, 28 Chrysler said:

Check 1967 Plymouth GTX & Belvedere for the right fender just in front of the door. This is only a guess or starting point.

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Try a 1967 Chrysler Newport Custom, left front fender between bumper and wheel 

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