Yippie, paint is done :)

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  1. gutted72

    gutted72 Veteran Member

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    Had to replace a leaking master cylinder today and bleed the brakes, but after that was done started on gathering up all my interior pieces.

    Need some help identifying these panels. Since my car is a 72', which panel would be the right one ? And yes, they need to be cleaned

    Panel 1

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    Or panel 2 ?

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    gutted72 Veteran Member

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    Got the back end wired up and looking good.

    Parking lights
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    Left turn with brakes applied

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    Right blinker with brakes applied

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    And the brake lights

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    Well I got all the front lights done today.

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    Now onto the interior :whine:
     
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    Wes, where did u get the tail lights? I luv 'em! We've been wanting to upgrade ours "one of these days". Thanks!
     
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    Panel #1, it's the same as my 72.

    I think the #2 panel is 70-71
     
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    Judy,

    Here is a few pictures of the packages they came in, I think I bought them on eBay .

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    G72Zed,

    Thanks, guess I now have some 70-71 panels I don't need.
     
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    Wes, one more question re the tail lights, did u have to get an LED flasher for them? I'm not sure I found the exact same ones you have but did find some on another site, not Ebay but they look exactly the same as yours.
    Thanks again!
     
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    His tail lights are from United Pacific, they sell the entire piece so an easy swap out, and they look great, what are your headlights, as they look really bright, or is that just the picture? And I like the 70 panels , as they have a little more glam, then the other, just me I guess, car looks great , and I love the truck , really like blue, HAA HA .
     
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    Judy,

    I didn't get an electronic flasher yet, mostly because I still have regular bulbs in the front and the flasher still works. If you have all LED's then you will need the electronic flasher.
     

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