1970 RS nose

2ndGenCrazy

Veteran Member
Aug 18, 2011
877
Upstate New York

This needs some TLC, but no rust on the upper/lower re-pop valence panels.
The nose was screwed into the panels using about 50 sheet metal screws, and then body worked.
You would have to destroy the urethane piece to separate them.
The price reflect the value of the valence panels. $560 new. Sell for $349.
Pick up only in Rochester, NY.
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hubedobeedo

3rd times a charm
Jul 18, 2013
856
Huntertown,IN
you could cut off excess screw and use air file to get flush and probably get off without damaging? interesting they didn't go the other way, possible there are washers to keep heads from pulling through.
 

badazz81z28

Veteran Member
May 4, 2001
21,894
Alabama
you could cut off excess screw and use air file to get flush and probably get off without damaging? interesting they didn't go the other way, possible there are washers to keep heads from pulling through.


I think the screw heads are body worked over. Just strip the coatings and pull the screws out. I can surely fix that nose!
 




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