I took them off a 1967 Coronet 500. They are identical to the ones in my 1967 R/T.Thanks for sharing. Those are the 68 and up ones that are different than what came on the car. I can't find any 66 and 67 ones anywhere... lol
I see. Then that brings be back to my origonal question and problem. I don't know why mine are different and why I can't fine any that are like them? Could it be a plymouth thing?I took them off a 1967 Coronet 500. They are identical to the ones in my 1967 R/T.
It appears to be as Mr YY1 said earlier; the 'higher trim line' models like the GTX, Coronet 500, Satellite and RT got the longer ones. Dave6T4 pulled them off those models. Yours [and mine] Have the shorter, more streamlined and better proportioned ones.I see. Then that brings be back to my origonal question and problem. I don't know why mine are different and why I can't fine any that are like them? Could it be a plymouth thing?
well, post 8 is my car; its build date is Oct 66.... [in St Louis]I thought it might have been a High Line versus Low Line thing until I saw post # 26. '67 Belvie II with square arm rests; post # 1 & 8 '67 Belvie II with rounded arm rests. I have quite a collection of literature on each of Dodge/Plymouth B-bodies. This is combination of original drive tests, magazine feature cars, etc. Although none of these articles zero in on the arm rests, they can be seen and identified on some of the interior shots. The rounded design shows up on some of the '66 articles, but none of the '67 ones. The arm rests that can be seen in the '67 articles are consistently of the square design.
Your car's Scheduled Production Date (SPD) Is A24 per the fender tag (bottom row 2nd set of numbers from the right followed by the sequence number - 02235). A24 is Oct 24, 1966 in this case.A possible mid year change would make sense. Here is my certicard and vin tag. I don't know how to decipher the "SPD". I would love to know more about that. Thanks.View attachment 1324051
Ever had problem with the huge screws not wanting to anchor? Ran into this today. Dropped one down into neverland, cant seem to locate where they anchor on rear screws.Here are the rear arm rests and bases I have. $60.00 plus shipping from Ontario. I also have a lone Passenger side 13" arm rest with no base. Some passenger side long arm rests had an ash tray in them. This would be a good piece to eliminate an unwanted ash tray. $25 plus shipping from Ontario. These pieces are all in very nice used condition. PM me if interested.
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