There's a 72 in a salvage yard here in town which, if memory serves me,
has all those parts in decent shape on it. If you want, I'll check with the
salvage guy and see what I can get them for. You get the frame rails
straight and we'll find the parts.
Jim - 68 Spridget in Dodge City
On 7/4/08, Frank Clarici <email@example.com> wrote:
> David Riker wrote:
> > 2 fenders, 2 headlight rings, front valance complete, 2 turn signal
> > assemblies, grill, and surround parts alone from moss at retail is over
> > $3000. The rest is paint and labor.
> But you know many of us have those parts sitting around in our garages.
> I know that car can be fixed for around a $1000. And that is with buying
> good used parts at fair market prices.
> Grille slats are available to just replace the bent ones, new headlights
> and parking lamp lenses and I'm sure the valance can be fixed, it
> doesn't look that bad. But how willing are you to go through the
> troubles of fixing it yourself?
> To part it out would be a sin, that takes one more off the road, they
> don't make them anymore.
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ
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