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Getting ready to put my '77 in the body shop for restoration. (47,000 original miles with 350)

Need a clean, straight hood.

Would like to have clean doors and rear quarters.

Will consider a nice rear bumper if cheaper than re-chroming mine.

Need to get the parts to coastal SC.

Thank you.
 

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Getting ready to put my '77 in the body shop for restoration. (47,000 original miles with 350)

Need a clean, straight hood.

Would like to have clean doors and rear quarters.

Will consider a nice rear bumper if cheaper than re-chroming mine.

Need to get the parts to coastal SC.

Thank you.
No wrecking yards near you? If not, I know it's a long way but I have a great source for 4th gen parts, goto All American Classics http://www.allamericanclassics.com/ and if you need to go check something out let me know.


FYI Rear quarters are easier said than done,
 

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In the hot humid subtropical southeastern US, searching wrecking yards for steel parts on 40 year old cars can be more trouble than it's worth.

Sourcing from other parts of the country runs the risk of damage to body panels in shipping, but there has to be a solution to that problem. I will appreciate any advice folks have.
 

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I have "NOS GM " front fenders, door skins, inner and outer window felts, and other parts. PM me if you would like to talk.

Regards Brian
 
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