1969 Skylark 2 dr Hardtop, Very Solid

Discussion in 'Car Part-Outs' started by AzChevs, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    Great donor car with only rust being in the common rear inside corners of back glass, passenger fender heel outer skin and smaller then a dime size hole in the left lower quarter from trash in a plugged up extension-so minor I had to look close up to see it.The right side of the core support and fender well are not blown out with rust, I didn't see any yet but will look closer soon. The rest is rust free-Doors have scrap dents, trunk lid key hole was punched, rear passenger toe board is pushed up a little from fork lift loading it,Grille was toast but parts around it are fine. Drum brakes,A/C, 350 2brl dis-assembled for parts, very complete, black dash for ashtray, glove box door and core upper interior metal panels, vinyl trim in very nice shape along with back window trim. Have many more photos I can email, just let me know. Quarter Panels, floor pan, trunk pan, rear wheel houses, tulip panel and cowl areas including dash will be removed from their spot welds. I can ship large freight along with Greyhound, USPS and Fed Ex ground. Paypal gladly accepted as sales. Joe 602-298-7090
     

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  2. dr

    dr Well-Known Member

    What is the price? I did not see, if sorry if its there.
     
  3. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    For the whole car with a bill of sale would be $2800.00.
     
  4. JJ

    JJ Active Member

    Hi,

    I would be interested in the complete wheelhouse trim and the eyebrow trim on fender side!

    Would you sell this parts?

    Regards,
    JJ
     
  5. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    I can take a look at it when I bring it back in just a few days out of storage. Get back to you then. Joe
     
  6. dl7265

    dl7265 No car then Mopar

    In line for 69 hood hinges thx
    DL


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  7. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member


    PM sent. Thanks,Joe
     
  8. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member


    JJ, Would that be all four wheelhouse trim or just the rears. The front eyebrow trim on the passenger side is dented in a couple of spots, left side was nice with one super tiny ding on the edge, you have to look right up on it to see it. Thanks,Joe
     
  9. fastest430

    fastest430 Well-Known Member

    Is that door mirror original and if it is, is it usable ?remote or non remote mirror?
     
  10. cole

    cole Gold Level Contributor

    Hi Joe
    I am in need of the rear outer wheel houses, not in a big hurry and I have a Washington state shipping address................Cole
     
  11. nickbuickgs

    nickbuickgs nickbuickgs

    How much for the shell with doors bare no frame . No driveline
     
  12. nickbuickgs

    nickbuickgs nickbuickgs

    You need to tell us where this is located ?
     
  13. taf44667

    taf44667 69 Vert 4-Speed

    PM sent for pics of core support once removed.
     
  14. JJ

    JJ Active Member


    Hi Joe,

    I would need all four wheelhouse trim - front/rear, LH/RH!

    JJ
     
  15. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

    Metro Phoenix / Maricopa County, Arizona.
     
  16. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member


    Sorry, It was non remote, missing glass and had sanding marks on the side but was pit free.
     
  17. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    Cole, I will take a look at them today, let you know condition and price. Thanks,Joe
     
  18. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    1500.00 as described, Just about finished stripping it, very pleased with the shell. Can post photos by tomorrow. Thanks,Joe
     
  19. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member


    Thanks Dave
     
  20. AzChevs

    AzChevs Well-Known Member

    Right front and rear are good, left was scrapped on both. Here are photos, if interested I can break it up. I wasn't able to get a photo of the right rear since I have another body shell next to it at the moment. Thanks,Joe
     

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