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Old 10-12-2007, 02:06 PM
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You'll have to get the chrome for the skirt. Out of the 64 .66 it was the only one that
had chrome molding. You should have holes in your rear fenders so you can put the pins in. I know what you mean they
NEED them. Looks Good...........................Bill
I noticed when I was putting away all the extra parts I just got with the 65, that the extra set of skirts had chrome on them where the ones on the 65 don't.... so from what you said those skirts are off a 66 then? Also FWIW, I have lots of extra parts that I have no use for and would be willing to sell at this point.....
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I noticed when I was putting away all the extra parts I just got with the 65, that the extra set of skirts had chrome on them where the ones on the 65 don't.... so from what you said those skirts are off a 66 then? Also FWIW, I have lots of extra parts that I have no use for and would be willing to sell at this point.....
Well...just in case you come across a pair of chrome trim for the skirts I'llbe keen to buy them.

My '66 came with chrome trim on the front fenders but nothing on the rear, either on the skirts or fenders, a bit puzzling.

Maybe it never came with skirts and somebody stuck a set off a '65 on it?

PS: Does the build sheet tell you if the car was ordered with skirts?
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Old 03-26-2008, 11:34 PM
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Scumdog ,I do have a set of skirt trim if you are interested
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Scumdog ,I do have a set of skirt trim if you are interested
OK!!

Three questions:

Are they in good nick (condition), how much do you want for them and last of all how much to freight them to New Zealand??
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Old 04-09-2008, 05:21 PM
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Default Here is my question regarding the skirts

Any one have a good idea of how to hold the skirt on without the lever mechanisim on the skirt?
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