N.O.S. Parts for Sale as well as Used Original

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  1. DCL70

    DCL70 Veteran Member

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    For Sale: Original LH Door Handle for 1970 Camaro models. The Casting number is "9724319", "LH", and "1A". The handle is in good useable condition but should be re-chromed for show condition. The length of this original handle measures 6 1/4". My 1970 Chevrolet Parts Catalog (Jan. 1970) lists GM # 9816541 in Gr. 10.527 for the outside 1970 Camaro LH door handle. The GM part number and casting number are usefully not the same number. The gasket, GM # 9820348 as listed in my parts catalogs, is in poor condition (see photo #1) as a small strip has broken off but could be used if repaired but reproduction gaskets as available. I do not have the RH handle as far as I know.

    My 1971 Chevrolet Parts Catalogs for 1971 models only (Sept. 1970 & Jan. 1971) list GM # 9827571 for the outside LH door handle for the 1971 Camaro. According to Chevrolet Parts History GM # 9816541 was replaced by GM # 9827571 in April 1970 for parts sold over the counter. I believe that GM # 9816541 and GM # 9827571 both measure 6 1/4" in length. My 1981 Chevrolet Parts Catalog (April 1981) also lists GM # 9827571 for 70-75 Camaro models.

    According to GM Parts History GM # 9827571 was then replaced by GM # 3060797.
    $25 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

    SOLD

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  2. DCL70

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    For Sale: This is a set of "1st Design" wiper arms (GM # 9806043, LH, and 9806042, RH) that were issued to 1970-1973 Camaro & Firebird models with "depressed park" wiper. These wiper ares have 2 rivets that attaches the pin at the top end to the arm and are stamped "TRICO". The LH wiper arms has some wear in the shape of an arrow head that needs to be filled as shown in photo #4.
    NOTE: These 2 wiper arms do not have the letter "R" like the 2nd design wiper arms as well as the "plastic blob" connecter on the RH wiper Arm issued to later (about 1974 to 1981, I believe) Camaro & Firebird models.

    This is my last pair of 1970-1973 black "depressed park" wiper arms and I have no more 1970 Camaro/Firebird 18" black "5-jaw" wiper blades.
    $40 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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    For Sale: This is an original pair of "2nd Design" 1979-1981 (and maybe 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, and 1978) Camaro & Firebird "depressed park" wiper arms with the pin ends attached with the plastic "blob". The manufacturer's name, "TRICO" and the letter "R" are stamped near the bottom end of each wiper arm. These wiper arms were taken off a 1980 Firebird (VIN: 2W87WAN126456) back in April of 1994. I call these wiper arms the "2nd Design" GM # 9806043 (LH) and 9806042 (RH). These 40 year old wiper arms are in good useable condition but the LH arm has the normal one inch long "scratched of paint" at the mid point of the arm.

    NOTE #1: The early "1st Design" 9806043 (LH) and 9806042 (RH) wiper arms issued to 1970-1973 Camaro & Firebird models with "depressed park" wiper have 2 rivets that attaches the pin at the top end to the arm and are stamped "TRICO". Apparently GM did not change the part number even though there was a slight manufacturing change, which is quite unusual. I have no idea when the change was made from the 2 rivet type arms to the "blob" type arms.
    $20 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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    For Sale: Original late 1970 Camaro Interior Mirror that was removed from a 1970 Camaro with a May 1970 build date. The mirror glass has some minor imperfections as shown in photo #3. There is also a very tiny hardly noticeable "ding" located just above the right side rivet in photos #4 and #5 on the back surface. When mounted in a car the "ding" will not be noticeable as the "ding" will be on the top edge. The 2 rivet heads have rust on them. The mirror is not perfect but it is still is a good original 1970 Camaro mirror for a "driver". $20 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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  5. 70lt1z28

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    Hi Dave
    GLWS

    A question. Has this shaft been cleaned-stripped to your knowledge? My understanding is that these had a phosphate finish on the upper part and were painted black in the shaft area. You didn't list it as NOS like some of your other sales, so maybe it has just been used-cleaned.

    Also, thanks for giving the NastyZ folks first chance at your stash of parts, at reasonable prices. You have some very hard to find parts and whats better is you know the history and what is correct for a particular year. Everything on eBay is always listed as 70-81 when most times that is not true.
     
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    Do you still have the hood hinges?
     
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    For Sale: Original 1972 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Nova, and Camaro Ignition Switch Assembly that mounts on the steering column, GM # 1990095, as listed in my 1972 Chevrolet Parts Catalog (Feb. 1972, for 1972 Chevrolet models only) in Gr. 2.188 for All 1972 models (exc. T.W.). The switch assembly has the Delco-Remy logo. The switch assembly is stamped "0095" and "3D1M23" (where "1M23" = 1971, Dec. 23rd).
    My 1971 Chevrolet Parts Catalogs (Sept. 1970 and Jan. 1971) for 1971 Chevrolet models only also list GM # 1990095 for All 1971 models (exc. T.W.). As per Chevrolet Parts History, GM # 1990090 (issued to 1970 Chevrolet models) was replaced with GM # 1990095 in Oct. 1971 so this 1990095 switch can be used on 1970 Chevrolet models as a replacement switch.
    $20 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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    For Sale: Steering Column (lower) SHROUD for 1969-1973 Camaro and Nova models with floor shifter or column shifter (exc. Tilt Wheel). This shroud attaches to the (lower) housing as shown photo #6. This shroud was removed from a 1972 Nova steering column with column shifter. This shroud is the same as the shroud on my original 1973 Camaro steering column as well as my 1970 Camaro steering column, both with floor shifters. The length of this shroud measures about 4 13/16" in overall length with the exposed part (painted black) measuring 4 1/4". This shroud is in good condition without any dents.
    NOTE: The similar steering column shroud used on 1969-1973 Chevrolet & Chevelle models is longer measuring about 5 7/32" in overall length with the exposed part (painted black) measuring about 4 11/16".
    $20 plus shipping and Paypal fee (if applicable). If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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  9. Adams

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    I got the hood hinges and the antenna lead. Thanks! I can tell everyone here that these parts are really nice, shipped well packed and quickly.
     
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    For Sale: NOS 70-81 Camaro SBC Carburetor Air Heat Stoves:
    2 Lower Stoves, GM # 338473 (replacement for GM # 3941198 used on 1970-1972 models and replacement for GM # 3998950 on 1973 models), $20 each plus shipping and Paypal fee.
    Correct for:
    74-75 All (exc. 454)
    76-77 ALL (305, 350, 400)(EXC. H)
    78-79 B, F, X (305U, G, 350L)
    80-81 F (267, 305H, 350L)

    2 Upper Stoves, GM # 472862, $20 each plus shipping and Paypal fee.
    Correct for:
    76-79 B, F, X (305U, G, 350L)
    80-81 F (267, 305H, 350L)

    As per Chevrolet & GM History:
    GM # 3941198 was replaced with GM # 338473 in Feb. 1976.
    GM # 3998950 was replaced with GM # 338473 in Jan. 1974.

    If interested, send me a PM. Dave

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  11. l16pilot

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    Hi Dave,

    I'll take the column if it's not already spoken for.....I'll send you a PM (conversation)
     

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