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    Junk Yard Thread, Never ending

    I sure could use that skinny quarter moulding just above the rear bumper cover.
  2. As the title states. These are the 2 little rubber stops that are visible when you open the fuel door. Last known part number is 20349879 but I am sure it has been superseded many times by GM as well as used on every 4 door W body. PM me if you have something. Thanks
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    WANTED: White "STE Turbo" Nameplate

    Thanks! Still looking
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    WANTED: White "STE Turbo" Nameplate

    Yeah, I saw the red ones. I don't do Facebook.
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    WANTED: White "STE Turbo" Nameplate

    I have one already. I just haven't got to the front end yet. I'm working my way around the car and doing the front last because it will be the most time consuming.
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    WANTED: White "STE Turbo" Nameplate

    I come up with 10183404 but it says "order by color"
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    WANTED: White "STE Turbo" Nameplate

    There isn't one on the part. I have a couple of parts books that I might be able to get a number from. The problem might be that the books aren't always specific on color.
  8. Looking for 1 "STE Turbo" door nameplate in white. Looking for NOS but would take a very nice used one. If used it must be nicer than what I already have. PM me with what you have as well as price. Photos will be necessary unless NOS. Thanks
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    Newb checking in

    Thanks
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    Newb checking in

    Well, I finally did it but messed up and put it here > A Mod can move it if they want or I can post a second one in the other section.
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    Newb checking in

    Way too many irons in the fire and way too many cars in the shop. When it's done my plan is to enjoy it for awhile, take it to a few shows, perhaps the POCI Nationals in Gettysburg, PA and the Pontiac Tri-Power Nationals in Norwalk, OH. After that it may become available and perhaps even go to a collector car auction.
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    Newb checking in

    Finally back at it. Been working on it for the past 2 weeks now. Progress is very slow but steady and nice. Will take some pictures when I get a chance. I must say, it's looking pretty good. NOS parts definitely make a difference.
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    Newb checking in

    Thanks Not my first rodeo restoring an old car even though this is more of a preservation than a restoration.
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