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Hi all, my brother bought a project car, we both have a lot of mechanical experience. It is a bit of a basket case, I can try to get some pics up of the car sometime. He has a lot of spare parts with it, some we know don't belong to the car but close.
Car has original stamped serial number matching 396 motor. Seems to be originally a 396 automatic conv, bench seat car with AC. It came with a pair of what we think are '65 SS buckets but also we have the bench seat for it. Body is pretty solid, had already had some floor pans replaced.
Anyways, I am going to attach pics to this thread to see if anyone knows what a few of the mystery parts are, again they may not even go to this car.
 

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Part 3, we were thinking on the header (above windshield) someplace for the top latch but not really seeing a spot for them.
 

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Part 5 we think possibly interior garnish molding for a fastback rear window. We do have some other trim we think is fastback couple, not convertible.
 

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Part 6 Kind of a stumper due to the size and curvature, has the same profile as the side trim on the car. Wagon part?
 

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Part 7 Look like interior lights but not for a convertible, and the carriage bolt with a 90 degree bend possibly for spare tire or jack hold down?
 

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#1 (sorry took a long time to figure out how to shrink my photos)
We think for inside of quarter panel on a coupe?



Those are the splash shields the go under the headlights between them and the bumper..
 

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Part 5 we think possibly interior garnish molding for a fastback rear window. We do have some other trim we think is fastback couple, not convertible.



Correct, rear window trim for fast back.
 
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