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1965 pontiac bonneville grand prix 2+2,ventura,catalina header panel,and nose

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solid grill valence and center section it has a dent easily dollied out,looks worse than it is.Send zip and will estimate shipping. from a 65 bonnie we parted good condition!We recently met a guy in detroit who was involved in a bad accident in 1981.he had a 63 corvette,a 66 gp,and a 67 gto..we got the gp from him at first meeting along with many 65 66 B-body parts.some NOS! next we got his 67 gto,and were restoring it when some bad mold in his basement took me out.ended up in the hospital...note to self: Dont mess with black mold!. we got alot of A-body 66,67 stuff then,with also some NOS stuff. Now the cars are not there anymore,we started on the piles of parts he had all over his basement,garage,and spare bedroom.We are trying to list these parts as best we can to meet the needs of our customers,but sometimes its a challenge Since we MOSTLY do 65-67 gto/gp/bonnies.we might have a wrong piece in with some listings.I would appreciate all the identifying help i can get. i am not a "know it all a-hole",just a good guy helping another good guy get thru a bad break.He doesn't do computers,so we help him sell stuff,and split the profits. theres so much stuff here we will be listing for a long time, please be lenient on any errors.look at responses and firmly believe We will not send a part out before inspecting it and reporting anything you need to know.Or accept any returns hassle free .so if you have any questions,please ask.THX Rick We recently met a guy in detroit who was involved in a bad accident in 1981.he had a 63 corvette,a 66 gp,and a 67 gto..we got the gp from him at first meeting along with many 65 66 B-body parts.some NOS! next we got his 67 gto,and were restoring it when some bad mold in his basement took me out.ended up in the hospital...note to self: Dont mess with black mold!. we got alot of A-body 66,67 stuff then,with also some NOS stuff. Now the cars are not there anymore,we started on the piles of parts he had all over his basement,garage,and spare bedroom.We are trying to list these parts as best we can to meet the needs of our customers,but sometimes its a challenge Since we MOSTLY do 65-67 gto/gp/bonnies.we might have a wrong piece in with some listings.I would appreciate all the identifying help i can get. i am not a "know it all a-hole",just a good guy helping another good guy get thru a bad break.He doesn't do computers,so we help him sell stuff,and split the profits. theres so much stuff here we will be listing for a long time, please be lenient on any errors.look at responses and firmly believe We will not send a part out before inspecting it and reporting anything you need to know.Or accept any returns hassle free .so if you have any questions,please ask.THX Rick Last spring we are starting to reduce our inventory of "hard to find" restoration parts for 65,66 big Pontiac's,and 66,67 GTO stuff. We are selling off the stash as fast as I can get them boxed for safe shipping, All of our larger parts will have some modest packaging fee due to 's added on to all shipping costs an additional 10%, $4 a roll tape, and boxes costs. Anything smaller than 24x24x20 its not applicable. We try to get a fair cost put in ad's since when we used the provided calculator ,it was often way off.while i refunded overages,we ended up eating or looking bad asking for the difference we didnt cause.On a large part that 10% added to the feds 20%,paypals 3% make some parts seem high.we arent getting rich,believe me! Another thing is that we will ship over seas but it must be the cost, plus duties, plus some for the extensive paperwork. We also combine shipping. So see our store and save a bundle! We buy unfinished project cars, hassle free, and fairly. Many of our parts listed have similar ones like them here. If it's not exactly what you need, see my store or ask. We gladly accept personal checks and all payment methods!CONTACT INFO. please email me first, since i talk too much and waste valuable old guy limited window of energy time. So i dont answer much from 10-4pm,and not at all after 9pm est.so keep it in mind #s 419-277-1945
All calls are answered or please leave a message! once I get back to my phone, all messages are logged for needs, and the search here begins. An instant response does not always happens since I have 5 buildings to search! So you are not forgotten we just have not located the part yet. Always check back to my site and usually it will be there ASAP, or you can even call back after a few days to check. we always try hard as a father son combo.
We here east of toledo ohio have been building cars from our family garage since 1992. I started with 1966,67 GTO/Lemans/Tempest,and 1st generation firebirds
We had so many I can I.D about any part on one down top the smallest screws.I started buying 65,66 big Pontiacs for the 389's I got older, sold the 10.75 second 69 TA clone pro-street car and the 1967 firebird convertible with a 428 tri-power.. so now most of the firebird stuff is gone
we have mostly 65,66 big pontiac parts,some 66 67 gto/lemans stuff,and alot of 65-70 motor parts. we have had over 80 cars here since 1992!
SHIPPING: As you know shipping is rough on a guy at best,, not much we can do here bout that, we spend hours and hours boxing and taping ,when we could rather be building and painting, but its a necessary evil! sometimes we cant get it all done in 1 day since we are helping others with their dreams, so patience and common courtesy is appreciated and given as are all top marks on responses left and THANKS AND BE
Rick and Steve
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