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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-17-2010, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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found a clean 1965 220 sedan in a junkyard

hi. today i found a nice looking 1965 220 sedan in a pick n pull yard. chrome is near perfect, as is many of the interior nick-nacks along the dash. also has good windshield, seats, door panels etc. I can go on and on.

I grabbed a few loose items that would fit in my pocket as i didnt bring tools today.

I dont need anything on that car, I just want to make a buck on ebay selling what i can..reason i was there in the first place.

any of it worth anything?

thanks again!

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Steering wheel is worth a pretty penny. (and you would have me as a buyer) The cluster is worth some as is pretty much anything electric that works. If you want to pull the map pockets off the doors, you'll have me as an ebay customer too.
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What color is the interior? Where in FL?

I'm possibly interested in a hood and left rear, lower bumper section...
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Agree about the dash cluster. Be really carefully pulling it off.

For example, the temperature sensor is a capillary, and has to be pulled out with the gauge as a unit. I think oil is the same. Don't clip wires!

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