After putting my heart, soul and a lot of hours into a set of headlight bezels for a member's 1968 Sport Satellite, I have been advised that I'm getting stiffed on the bill. Though it would have been much easier to just tell me -- as I discovered last night -- that he bought a set from another member here while I was almost done with his, this guy instead chose to impugn my integrity by publicly ACCUSING ME of swapping his parts out for others that were not in the shape he claimed his were when he sent them to me for restoration. Of course I would never do such a thing ... it was a slap in the face and an affront to my upbringing. The client relationship was tenuous at the beginning but, after receiving my invoice last week, despite previous indications that money was in hand immediately, it deteriorated into a vicious cesspool of deception, libel and bad karma. If I was in a position to just donate them to a needy owner -- or make a YouTube bikini video of me smashing them into smithereens with my BFH while giggling hysterically -- I would do so. Unfortunately, I'm just a very small business owner who needs to pay her bills. I want these to go to someone who needs them and if I have to take a hit on what they're worth, I will. I honestly have no idea what they go for on the market and am completely open to reasonable offers. I am only putting a price in the ad because it is mandated by Forum Rules. If I'm on crack then PM and tell me; I don't own a B-Body and will not devote further time or research to this than necessary because I have other work in line to do. I just want these things out of my sight and the unpleasant reminder of the pillar of integrity who chose to stiff me on the bill -- on the eve of my shop's 13th Anniversary no less! -- out of my life forever. These bezels are NOT perfect and never could be. One had been welded up on the back side in the past, got too hot / overworked and left some waves in the long flat area. (Also demonstrating my ignorance on B Body trim, I can't even tell you if it's on the top or the bottom of the bezel because I don't know which direction they bolt up LOL!) The black accent areas were a little pitted but not excessively. Even with all the straightening, polishing and buffing they still have a few minor issues. You can see a few defects from an inch or two away but not from a foot back, a couple small spots didn't polish up as well as others (again, overworked by a prior restorer or owner), and I could see myself clearly in most areas but am a bit fuzzy in others. Please note all the close ups were taken from only an inch or two away with a 20-megapixel Canon camera that shows everything, the same way I present all finished parts to my customers, so there are no surprises. It's highly unlikely anyone will ever inspect them any closer ... and if they do then they're an even bigger detail freak than I am. I will tell you straight up that they actually look much better in person than they do in any of my pictures, especially the polishing. After buffing, these bezels were sealed with MC-160 CeraKote, a crystal clear non-yellowing ceramic liquid coating marketed as "The World's Strongest Clear Coat," so you will never need to touch up the polishing in the future. All the recesses were then powder coated in flat black in my match for Mopar trim accent areas. Please look over the photos closely as I will not entertain any returns. What you see is what you get. I believe these are more rare and for the "sport" model Satelllite or GTX. Confirm they will fit your application -- and your grille -- before purchase. The bezels have already been very well cushioned and packed for shipping so I'm not too keen on opening up the box just to get more pictures than the ones I already shot. You will also receive one of my most popular Customer Appreciation Gifts ever, a bar of Hand Job olive oil based mechanic's soap!, and some swag that I packed in there last week in preparation for sending them home to the scumbag liar. Asking $750.00 in reliance on getting an education about B Body trim from you guys who know a lot more about it than I do. Thanks as always for your support!