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71-73 A Pillar Interior Trim SCORE!
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Hello friends. I finally found someone currently selling OEM replacement a pillar trim panels for the 71-73 Stang / Cougar. These fit and fit well! I made a full post with photos on my 72 Stang resto site. Check it out

The place is West Coast Classic Cougar. I am sure many of you already know that these guys are great, but for anyone looking for these little monsters, I paid $146.01 shipped to my door.

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Looks like they are in great shape too!

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Don65Stang;56852 Wrote:Looks like they are in great shape too!

Thanks! Yeah, I definitely lucked out on this parts score. I hope some of the other members of this community pick up a pair before he is out of stock.

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archifx;56855 Wrote:
Don65Stang;56852 Wrote:Looks like they are in great shape too!

Thanks! Yeah, I definitely lucked out on this parts score. I hope some of the other members of this community pick up a pair before he is out of stock.

Nice score ..You should check out my vid on how to prep & paint these types of parts...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R_hX3KMz...Bot5uo0gqC
Here's the results you can expect using this technique & products..& It will never peel ! Every single plastic part in the Camaro was done this way. Btw nice tip on the silver paint pen..I've been using them for years & that too was used on this car.
           



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Those are for a convertible

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OMS;56885 Wrote:Those are for a convertible

They seem to fit nicely. I'll post an update ASAP


Qcode351mach;56880 Wrote:
archifx;56855 Wrote:
Don65Stang;56852 Wrote:Looks like they are in great shape too!

Thanks! Yeah, I definitely lucked out on this parts score. I hope some of the other members of this community pick up a pair before he is out of stock.

Nice score ..You should check out my vid on how to prep & paint these types of parts...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R_hX3KMz...Bot5uo0gqC
Here's the results you can expect using this technique & products..& It will never peel ! Every single plastic part in the Camaro was done this way. Btw nice tip on the silver paint pen..I've been using them for years & that too was used on this car.

That looks DAMN GOOD! very very nice car! Thanks for the positive feedback!


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Check out my full photo documentation restoration website
MACH1RESTORATION.COM

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#7
convertible trim is actually the coupe trim with the top cut off.
It will have D1XX - 65XXXXX coupe number on it.
The top fits under the large chrome top latch / sunvisor bracket

The coupe one is longer than the fastback

The mustang coupe and cougar one are the same

Both coupe and fastback have 2 sections on the top that connect to the metal headliner trim.

If you use the vert one you will have about 1 -2 inch gap at the top L & R sides of the trim

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#8
Im working with MP products to have some fastback A-pillars molded AFTERMARKET, I need to send in a decent set to get reversed engineered, someone else at Mach1restoration.com posted a You Tube video they were going to send in a set but according to MP products they never did, these parts are costly and rare as OEM, I will give you status when available from MP products. again Im only providing the fastback version. 71-73 A-pillar trim.

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archifx;56849 Wrote:Hello friends. I finally found someone currently selling OEM replacement a pillar trim panels for the 71-73 Stang / Cougar. These fit and fit well! I made a full post with photos on my 72 Stang resto site. Check it out

The place is West Coast Classic Cougar. I am sure many of you already know that these guys are great, but for anyone looking for these little monsters, I paid $146.01 shipped to my door.
Those are OEM used items, not replacements.

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Slightly off topic But- Q' can you remeber what yellow that Camaro is painted in ??? Been looking for somthing like that for my 66 mustang...
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