Parting out 1968 Electra 225 convert

Discussion in 'Car Part-Outs' started by Racer81x, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. Racer81x

    Racer81x Well-Known Member

    All pm's have been responded.
     
  2. Smartin

    Smartin Stainless Guy Staff Member

    That would be great, thanks!
     
  3. JOE RIV 1

    JOE RIV 1 Well-Known Member

    front disc brake set up?
     
  4. Smartin

    Smartin Stainless Guy Staff Member

    I don't need quarter sections anymore, but I do need a battery tray and the steering wheel center plastic horn button section. That's the black tee shaped section at the very face of the wheel. Also looking for a power antenna top mounting nut that isn't all buggered up from using pliers to remove it.
     
  5. Racer81x

    Racer81x Well-Known Member

    Sorry drum brakes.

    No problem on the quarters, I tied to get on here a couple times when they were redoing the site. The battery tray is bad. The steering wheel T insert is in good condition, no cracks or brakes, the buick emblem in the center looks pretty good. $25 for it plus shipping. I don't know what condition the nut is in it's in one of the boxes of parts, I don't really want to separate it from the whole set up.
    Pics of the wheel insert, one with flash on, one without, I haven't cleaned it up yet, it needs a good wash job after sitting with the roof down in storage for several years.
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  6. Smartin

    Smartin Stainless Guy Staff Member

    I'll take the insert. PMing you
     
  7. Racer81x

    Racer81x Well-Known Member

    Steering wheel insert has been sold and shipped,
    Almost all other parts from the car are available
     
  8. Smartin

    Smartin Stainless Guy Staff Member

    Steering wheel insert came today...that was quick!! Thanks for the hustle!
     
  9. Roadmaster49

    Roadmaster49 Well-Known Member

    I need the floor pans for my 69 Electra convertible and will know specifically when I get it home. I just bought it sight unseen but can see grass through the floor. How are the floor pans? Trunk Pan? I know 1968 is slightly different than 69-70 but I am sure they are close enough. Are the guy from Rockwell City? I think I recognize that car?
     

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