I'm piecing together parts for a power window conversion on my RL21 fixed window satellite.I have the rear windows, rear power regulators, front...
maybe FMJ?hinge cover is key
there should at least be thick dense cardboard sail panels to hold the shape of the headliner in that area
There were two tans used in 73/74 one light, one dark.
I have a complete set of uppers in light and a set of rears in dark...but they are Dodge...
Another alternative is to buy nice used.I got a very nice set of 74 SSP uppers from a member here for $200.
You should be able to access that bolt (agree should be a plastic push fastener) through the large rectangular opining in the sheet metal, after...
I don't think a lot of 1970 Mopars got crushed during cash for clunkers.Dakotas on the other hand.....by the thousands.
Yep, they are factory "lock bolts" and take forever to remove unless you use air or electricity.
#2 is also correct for 73.Interesting note about #1, it is way easier to break and there are actually two versions of that crank "small knob"...
#1 is also made from a lighter pot metal.
#2#1 is late 70's through 90's
That sounds like 74 only.I have a set in tan if you're interested.
Which panels?I have SSP panels in my RL21.Are you talking about the hole for the window crank?
There should be dimples and flat spots in the floor pan for all three mounts- floor shifter, console, and buddy seat.
How much are those panels?A couple of mine are saggy.
What material will they be made of?Hard plastic formed into the bow, or soft plastic that bends to conform?
They get REAL brittle over time.I believe 66-70 are the same (look at the roof-it's the same on wagons).I need one but would be interested in...
Not totally on topic but...Those rectangular plastic breakaway locator blocks are used on M body (54th Ave) and trucks all the way into the 90's.
Someone put holes in my pod for a CB mic mount.There are 2 3/16" holes and 1 3/8".The pod is hard plastic like an instrument cluster.I was...
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