Rear package tray

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    Is there a company who sells new ones . I need one with just defrost no speakers 1971 charger
     
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    Richard does as does Legendary Interiors... it's the shipping that sucks, so best combined with other things you need.

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      REM classic parts
       
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        Classic Industries
         
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        As far as I know Nigel only sells package trays for '62's and '63's but no hurt in emailing him or Kim and seeing what they have.
         
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        If you aren’t looking for perfection you can make your own out of 1/8” hardboard for $10 in materials. I’m doing it now and will write it up in my build thread.
         
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        Pretty much everyone is buying the REM product as I do not know of anyone else that is making a package tray. Being that you are needing one with I assume the factory defrost system, then REM does not make that particular one either. You will have to purchase the standard package tray and use your old one as a template to cut the defrost area out. Not a difficult job, but none the less, it will require some of your effort.

        As Wayne mentioned, shipping is the killer on these pieces. The price is relatively cheap, I sell these at $22.00, but even though the 71-74 B is relatively narrow, it is oversize in length and shipping charges will double and triple with the surcharges. If you should need to order a seat divider or other large flat pieces combine with that order. I would reach out to one of the Canadian vendors to see if they can fill your needs. Even shipping within the states, the shipping charges are crazy for such a cheap piece of cardboard like material.

        Good luck,
        Richard
         
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          Classic buys from REM. Oddly, the one I bought from REM last year was a rough texture, the undyed side was smooth. They were great to deal with when I called, said that most were the rough texture. They were happy to do a custom order for a smooth-finish tray in dark tan for no additional charge! Good people at REM! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
           
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          When I saw my package tray was disintegrating, I decided to upgrade to a better grade material--stainless steel (a local restaurant sink fabricator made it for me). I have backlight louvers that shade that area, so I kept it in its "raw' state.

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          You will still need 1 speaker grille, motor goes under that speaker grille, for the motor to draw interior air to defog the window.
           
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          Excellent point @tonysrt . Nobody really offers the correct weave pattern as to the ones that I am aware of for the 70 and earlier model years. What is the general belief on how the majority of the 71 to 74 B-Body package trays were finished. Should they be a smooth / slick finish or more slight pebble grain finish. The vast majority of the 71 to 74 B-Body package trays that I have sold, have been the slick finish. Thanks for the input.
           
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          Ask to speak with Nigel decent kinda guy
           
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