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Cool thanks, I need seats, center console, headliner bows, grill, center console, headlight rings, drivers side fender louver, I found a passenger side and the drivers side was broken,
I do have the front grille, but it has a corner cracked off of it. You are welcome to it. I bought a new one as it was more of a fabrication job than I can do. I need to dig through my stash, but I am fairly certain I have headlight rings also. Sorry, that's all from your list that I have. I have an extra set of wheel caps, a front valance, the wood grain looking plates that go over the dash panel, and other stuff that I have probably forgotten about. This motivates me to go through and itemize it all. Wish I was more help.
 

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I do have the front grille, but it has a corner cracked off of it. You are welcome to it. I bought a new one as it was more of a fabrication job than I can do. I need to dig through my stash, but I am fairly certain I have headlight rings also. Sorry, that's all from your list that I have. I have an extra set of wheel caps, a front valance, the wood grain looking plates that go over the dash panel, and other stuff that I have probably forgotten about. This motivates me to go through and itemize it all. Wish I was more help.
I don't have any wheel caps , a buddy gave me a set but they are for a cuda , and I'm looking for the hood moulding also, I got an aftermarket one and it doesn't fit , the original one fits the new hood but it's not salvageable, I'll look at my front valance today and let you know, glove box door and hinge , wiper arm mechanism, front door window regulators, and I'm pretty sure there's more stuff I'll sit down and try to make a more detailed list , thank you
 

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Welcome to the site from the Motor City!
Pics or it didn’t happen…:lol:
Thank you, I'm trying to figure out how to post pics, when I try to I get a message saying that there's certain formats I can upload with and I'm not computer savvy so I'm just not sure how to, but as soon as I figure it out I'll definitely post pics,
 

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Welcome to the site!
Bad News: It sat in a field for 38 years!
Good news: It did not go to the crusher!
Really Good news: She is in your garage now!
 

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We've all seen worse! Great thing is the aftermarket makes a lot of parts for E-Bodies. Be sure to take photos of all the stickers under the hood (brake booster, decals on passenger inner fender) and save what you can!
 

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We've all seen worse! Great thing is the aftermarket makes a lot of parts for E-Bodies. Be sure to take photos of all the stickers under the hood (brake booster, decals on passenger inner fender) and save what you can!
I sanded all the surface rust the roof and was able to save it, then I coated it with zero rust to seal it for now, someone painted over the stickers under the hood unfortunately, AMD makes great sheet metal for this I have the floor pan already trunk pan should be here this week, along with the fenders and quarter panels,
 

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Don't go taking all the body panels off until you get the 1/4s on. Line the doors up the best you can. You will need that to linen up the 1/4s. Take pictures for reference. Be smarter that the smart phone.
 

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Yeppers, thanks for the advice
I've got some 73 stuff around. I'll try to take a few pics when I get into them. I know I have a header panel without any cracks or breaks. Pretty sure I have a grill. Headlight rings and such. I just rewired the car so maybe some of that is salvageable. I go to the front end shop the 17th. Probably be the 22nd before I start organizing everything. If you want email me about that time and I'll see what I have.
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I've got some 73 stuff around. I'll try to take a few pics when I get into them. I know I have a header panel without any cracks or breaks. Pretty sure I have a grill. Headlight rings and such. I just rewired the car so maybe some of that is salvageable. I go to the front end shop the 17th. Probably be the 22nd before I start organizing everything. If you want email me about that time and I'll see what I have.
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Awesome thanks I appreciate that, I will get back to you about the 22nd
 

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:welcome: aboard. Looks like all of us have parts for a 73. I just sold mine ans also have a stash of extras. Since you have thge fender tag, it will be easy to decode what the car came with.
I have extra consoles, used bumpers and a new front bumper. NIB repro chrome headlight rings, NIB black headliner, insulation, packag tray, insulation, OEM headliner bows, drivers side glass, NOS side marker lenses and more. I am also the guy who does members door hinge rebuilds.
Best to put a list together and post it in the parts wanted section. Between the members here we can probably restore your whole car.
Free FSM download if you don't have a Manual yet: Service Manuals – MyMopar
This site has a wealth of all kinds of relevant Mopar information. Save the site for future refence.
Good luck. Many guys also make a restoration thread so members can follow along on your restoration journey.
 
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