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how bout one O them gold dollar coins?
I need it for "Agent J".I'll give you a shiny new quarter for it....
Factory used a "satin" finish paint
I use either Johnson's Baby Oil on dash pads, or I use Auto Magic's blue jungle juice. It stinks, but it doesn't evaporate and slime your glass...
The rear seat isn't bolted in. To remove the seat bottom, you have to push back then lift to release it from the "hook" it's in. The seat back...
Yup. Doesn't look like any MOPAR bucket I know of
They're available from lots of sources including Mr.G's who do lots of plastic rechroming
I should have clarified. I don't think any Plymouth B bodies had regular AM thumb wheel radios in them.sorry :grin:
That top pic is of an AM/8 track. I don't think any 70 Plymouth B bodies had a thumb wheel radio in them
There are a couple in the For Sale section
The pans should be the same. If the Satellite originally had buckets, then it should have the extra plates welded to the floor for the inboard...
Sorry, I don't know anything about Pro-Fit
Oh gee Ben. My first inclination is to say yes to all your questions, but I'm not 100% SURE.
I think all the high backs are basically the same. But much like the benches there were minor changes in them, such as the seat back release...
I put this in my Duster[ATTACH]
They sell ACC. EVERYONE sells ACC as far as I know. And being a Year One, Legendary, and (past) ACC dealer, I think I know what I'm talking about