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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-08-2012, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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1971-74 GTV Parts

Close to finishing my project. A few parts left over. Nothing new, but all are usable.
Front bumper with turn lights and over riders(one rubber strip is missing). Straight with a medium size dent. $99 fits 1972-74
Rear bumper with straight series of small dings. $99 fits 1972 -74
Windshield strips for a glue in windshield. Complete with one missing revel clip.
Rear window, no chips or cracks with defroster (working???)$200
I will ship from OR to USA locations
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drivers door, front and rear seats, misc chrome strips (doorjam, rain strip, 1/4 windows,door weatherstrip channeling
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-13-2012, 10:48 AM
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I need the inside mirror for my 74 Spider. I need not just the mirror, but the entire assembly, to include the plate to which the mirror attaches (the part that screws onto the upper frame of the wins shield)
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Sorry I do not have an extra of that part. Good luck.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-21-2012, 06:46 PM
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chrome at leading egde of door frame behind driver's left shouder

Hi: I need the chrome strip that profiles the leading egde of the door frame behind the driver's left shoulder. It's called a "profilato" in the catalogorapido. If you've got the catalogue see 1974 coupe (ie GT/GTV), tavola 27, figure 190, pn 105.02.53.314.01

I could email a copy/attachment of the catalorapido to you for your reference.

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What is the condition of the running lights? Do you have some close ups pics, particularly of the lamp body itself?

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I am not sure of the piece which you are in need. Is it the rear door jamb s/s strip that runs from the top of the door to the door sill plate? I do have those. If not send me email address and I will send photos. .
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Turn signal/lower lights are in undamaged condition. The right is faded. The housings are undamaged. Send PM with email address and I will send photos.
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Door jam "profilato" . . . chrome profiler

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I am not sure of the piece which you are in need. Is it the rear door jamb s/s strip that runs from the top of the door to the door sill plate? I do have those. If not send me email address and I will send photos. .
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Yes, it's one long chrome molding that runs from the sill plate up to another molding piece that holds up the headliner. It snaps over the leading edge of the door frame sheet metal and B Post sheet metal. There's a small 1" - 1.5" crooked point at the sill plate end, the other end butts up to the headliner trim piece.
In the catalgorapido it's called a "profilato" and its featured in Tavola 27, figure 190, pn 105.02.53.314.01 (drivers side). The passenger side profilato differs from the diver's side by presence of small mounting screw, mounting screw is on the inside face of the mouling . . . The small screw is visible from inside the cab (????). There's one at the top, another at bottom. I gotta have the drivers side. My email: [email protected] Thanks for the effort
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