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Front sheetemtal is spoken for.

This was a 6 cyl, a/c car.

Dash is also probably gone also.

Let me know if there is anything you are needing.

Price will be right.

The rear sail trim is blue and come of the surrounding plastic may be usable.

Seat belts are blue.

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I could use some small things. Bezel around the ign switch providing its not been chewed up by pliers & vice grips. Front frame bracket U shaped retainer bolt, clips onto the square shaped hole on front for the bumper brackets to bolt on. Im missing one. Those are things I wouldn't really call, parts car necessary though.



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Iam looking for a 66 ignition switch bezel, if you ever run across one.  Has to be from a Malibu or SS with an ignition switch.  67 works; but is different and good 67 reproductions are available.  Only a 66 Noval with a trim strip is the same.   Just incase you ever run into one.  I have an acquaintance from NC the is looking for the plastic Trim between the doors  and floor on a 66 or 67 4 door post if its in good restorable shape.



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There are two different depth retainers for the ignition switch.
One works with the Malibu plastic trim strip, one for 300 and 300 deluxe, no trim strip.
I am pretty sure I have multiples of both in decent condition.
Have to finish getting organized at the new building as I added most of the stuff from the main Shop in Lakeville.

The interior is really decent, note padded dash. 66-67 pads are different from each other. 67 is just a few inches deep, 67 extends to speaker area.
Door trim panels are pretty nice too.

What color does Chris p. need for his back window inside?
Sail trim looks really decent too.

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I will take a closer look at the interior and add pictures next week.
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Chris P's trim is medium fawn, but if the plastic is in good condition, it can painted. Also the pinch weld molding for the headliner down the side from the A pillar to rear package shelf. He needs one of those, if it is still pliable. It will be too long, but can be cut and painted.

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Thanks Karl and Mitch.



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I will grab the pinchweld stuff, I think I took some earlier and it was pliable, though blue, unfortunately there are chunks missing from the glass trim, I think.
If the retainer clips are good on the sail panel trim, it may be worth saving and recovering.
More homework for me.
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Karl, I sent you a PM regarding a 66 SS ignition nut bezel.



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Might the 67 have the glove compartment light and socket that snaps into the dash?  Or might you have one laying around?  GM 3870209 I knocked the housing/blub off when I was installing the underdash AC last summer.  I have been looking for it the last few days.  I don't need the whole assembly as the wire is still there, I have the part that snaps into the dash; but am missing  and  housing/socket  with the push pin that goes on the inside of the dash and about 6" of wire to connect to my existing wire.  Not a big deal as the whole assembly is available from various venders.



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Have not pulled it yet.
If it fits both 66-67 I am sure I have some in inventory
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Besides 66-7 chevelle I believe it is the same for other years and other models.



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