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    WTB 1968 GTX

    My friend is still interested in buying a 68 GTX. . Doesn't care if it is a coupe or Convertible. Requirements: good dependable driving condition, minor repairs might be OK. Must be QQ1 Electric Blue in color. Interior color not important. Auto trans would be a plus. Not interested in a...
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    WTB 1968 GTX

    Pic in my avatar is when it was white primer I will attempt to upload a photo , as it looks now. Thanks..............................MO
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    WTB 1968 GTX

    I would appreciate that. The 68 Sport Satellite shown in my avatar is now the one year only color, Electric Blue. From the outside, it looks just like the new 1968 Roadrunner we ordered in 1968. Right down to the Keystone wheels. I don't try to pass it off as a Road Runner...
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    WTB 1968 GTX

    That would be pretty much perfect for him. Install a white vinyl top and spot on , especially if blue interior. He did say he would consider a black or white interior. Thanks for the reply.........................MO
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    WTB 1968 GTX

    A friend recently contacted me , interested in buying a 1968 GTX 440 , 727 transmission. Needs to be in good driving condition, minor flaws would be OK. Blue with blue interior would be a plus. Any leads? Thanks............................MO
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    Degreasers

    Looking for a most affective spray on degreaser for caked on grease that doesn't harm wiring or aluminum. Some kinds of oven cleaner is too harsh. Scraping off grease first would be a problem. What have you used that you like? Thanks for a reply. .........................MO
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    Trailer hitch

    Interested in the most unobtrusive receiver type to fit 1968 Plymouth Satellite. Pulling a small single axle trailer and a 400 lb Cushman scooter. A bolt on to my frame would be good, don't want to drill holes in my rear bumper. Any suggestions?
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    What are the best tail lights Looks

    Second pic is a 56 Chrysler tail light, But none of the 56 Chryslers had a gas cap behind the light. The side trim shown , is not Chrysler, so this must be from a custom car. I really like the 56 Chry. tail lights, just one of the reasons I bought one. .........................MO
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    SOLD 1968 B BODY SLIDING ASHTRAY ASSEMBLY

    My Satellite has the sliding ash tray. I did not know it was fairly rare and only one year. Why was that? smokers couldn't hit the hole while driving? .................MO
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    Lowering front leaf spring location.

    1968 Satellite. It has new rear leaf springs, but they have settled a bit , and i would like to raise the rear a couple of inches. I do not like longer than stock rear shackles, and would rather not add another leaf. My thought : Drill another front perch leaf spring eye, bolt hole below the...
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    68 "X" QQ1

    I was told that some of the materials used to make paint years ago , is no longer available. Lead for one. I think that is why we can't get an exact match for QQ1 now. I ordered my 1968 Roadrunner , in that color , In January of 1968. ......................... MO
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    68 "X" QQ1

    That looks like the color of my 68 Plymouth that is QQ1...................MO
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    68 "X" QQ1

    You probably know QQ! was a one year only color ( 1968) IMO your color shown, is too light........................MO
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    Bumper - re-chrome or aftermarket replacement

    I have had bumpers straightened and plated by Keystone in Minnesota. Pleased with them and the price , Not show chrome, but that was an option. and didn't have to pay shipping as they were picked up and delivered To a local body shop. Downside: it took several weeks to get them back. Last...
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    Bumper - re-chrome or aftermarket replacement

    I had Graves plating do Motorcycle parts clear back in the early 70's . It wasn't show chrome, but it was so low priced , I could ship even larger parts , halfway across the country, and still was much lower priced than locals platers. ..................MO
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