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Old 09-12-2021, 10:01 PM
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Default WTB: Inner door jamb structure 70-81

Anybody got any separated quarter panels or door jambs lying around?

Looking for the inner door jamb structure piece that you can only see by pulling the door jamb vent. Here is a NOS example (not been for sale in years):


I just need a solid driver's side. The one in my '79 is bad in one spot and has an old school brazing repair over it that will suffice for quite a long time, but some day I want to strip the entire car and repair anything I find the right way. So I might as well get a leg up and try to retrieve this part.

This is probably going to involve having to cut up a car (if you have parts cars), so I'll pay for your labor as well as the part.

This is not an urgent need, and I'm honestly not gonna hold my breath on it... but may as well throw it out there, since I doubt a NOS part will ever show up again, and I don't want to fab it.

Thanks.

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Old 09-07-2022, 08:03 PM
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Default Structure parts

Ive had these since the 80ís.
Not sure of their worth but its time to put them to use.
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There ya go …..Never say never …nothing beats NOS

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Old 09-23-2022, 04:45 PM
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Ive had these since the 80ís.
Not sure of their worth but its time to put them to use.



WOW!!!

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