70 71 72 Skylark GS Wheel Well Molding Set -Nice Used GM

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  1. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

    70 71 72 Skylark GS Wheel Well Molding Set -Nice Used GM
    Set of 4 front and rear chrome stainless wheel well moldings-- nice used condition--$325 plus shipping from CT-- 06410

    I have extra front one sif you only need those..
    203-651-9990 or email ros6872@hotmail.com
    I have lots of nice 68-72 Buick convertible parts-- please contact with needs.
    www.ros6872parts.com
     

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  2. copperheadgs1

    copperheadgs1 copperheadgs1

    Those are 71-72 style fronts. They are scalloped. 70 fronts were non scalloped. They all interchange but some people want specific.
     
  3. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

  4. 70purplerag

    70purplerag Silver Level contributor

    Hey< This is Kevin from Maine. I grabbed fenders from you earlier this year. Wondering what the fronts would be shipped to 04444. Thanks!
     
  5. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

    Hi Kevin-- will send you a PM-- thanks!
     
  6. kingdaddycreel

    kingdaddycreel Well-Known Member

    I may be interested if still available on the rear ones. Thanks
     
  7. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

    I have this set of 4. Real nice used set.
     
  8. kingdaddycreel

    kingdaddycreel Well-Known Member

    If you have them buy end of week i may get them off you. I need one driver rear but it never hurts to have spares. Thanks
     
  9. Doo Wop

    Doo Wop Where were you in '62?

    I thought the '70 originals with no scallops were replaced with a revised version with scallops in early 1970 GS/Lark production. This change to scallops was needed to keep tires from being cut up in a curve.
     
  10. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

    I wondered why they changed the design of the fronts like that-- thanks!
     
  11. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

  12. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

  13. mrskylark71

    mrskylark71 Well-Known Member

  14. Ryans-GSX

    Ryans-GSX Have fun, life is short.

    The ones you have pictured are from mid year 70 production through 1972. They put the scallops in because the early ones that were solid had a problem when equipped with 15" tires in a turn with a bump the tire would rise up and rip the wheel well trim off in rare circumstances. The scallops eliminated this problem.
     
  15. Rich Johns

    Rich Johns Platinum Level Contributor

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