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Old 12-01-2011, 11:20 AM
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Default 67 T-bird @ the pullapart,what to pull ?

I found a 67 Bird at the local pullapart I all ready pulled the front grill/headlight assy and rear tail light assy,and the trunklid,I have to go back for,Any other rare,unobtanium parts I should pull ? I know the 67 didn't share many parts with 68,69 birds,I'm going back this weekend,the motor and front seats are gone,lots of exterior trim sitting inside of it.
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Old 12-01-2011, 08:43 PM
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I fit was me I'd get the steering box/column, the rear-end, the windscreen (if it is in very good order).

And get the wiper mechanism and motor plus electric window switches and motors.

Also get the bumpers and pick up as many interior fittings and screws for them as you can - if you're like me you'll always looking for 'that last ****ed screw' when working on your car.

But '67-specific stuff? I don't know enough about them.
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