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I have no idea what the stars are. They don't look like Thunderbird to me. The piece with the bolt sticking out looks like some aftermarket clamp. The three pieces at the bottom are window channels. The part above the bushings is a stop light switch. It's not Squarebird so you can toss it if you want. The bulbs could be instrument lights. I wouldn't toss any of the nuts, bolts and clamps. Some may be hard to find if you ever need them.

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Thanks for the advice. Will just have to save all these nuts and bolts lol. They are heavy!

What are window channels exactly? Really grateful for the help.
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Each door and quarter window has a channel/guide where the roller goes into. They are most likely extras.

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Save The Brake Booster For Sure. The Bracket Is Hard To Come By When Doing A Dual Master Conversion..kenn
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YES- SAVE that brake booster with that bracket!
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Number 6 is the old points that the Pertronix replaced. Chuck them out, you won't ever go back to points.....
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#3 is a cheap beam clamp (not for automotive). We use it to hang conduit with a strap, along a building beam.
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What are these? I thought they were tail light housing for 1958/59 but the openings are not spaced wide enough apart to be that. I have someone asking me for a price and since I don't know what these are I can't tell what would be fair. Thank you!

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They're the headlight bezels. They fit 1960. 1958/9 only used one mounting screw. They're pretty common so not worth a whole lot.

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Thank you! I just figured it out moment ago. Thanks for letting me know they aren't worth much. But upon looking I see them going for a decently high price. They do not appear to be that common. I could be wrong though.
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