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My 66 canso had a piece of wood for an e brake handle.Looking for correct handle and cant seem to find a good pic of one. Online shows two options for 66. Does anyone know which one is correct.Thx

1966-1967 Chevy II / Nova Parking Brake Handle  62 63 64 65 66 67 Nova Park / Emergency Brake Handle / Lever  NEW



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Heres some  fun  info  

 

http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=107385



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If it's the one that's easy to find, (the T handle) that one is correct for air conditioned cars. The one you show is without a/c. I am quite sure it's reproduced.

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The handle on the left is correct for the 66 LHD. The one on the right is for 62-65 and 66-67 Right hand drive.

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I have a new one for my 67 Jim.I've decided to go a different direction with my e-brake,
so if you want it pm me your address buddy and its yours.





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Looks like I'll owe you that beer! beer.gif PM sent  and Thanks!



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The one I have Jim is the 2nd pic.Reply sent buddy.

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On its way buddy,if we keep passing things bk and forth we might have
to meet half way for that beer?At some CP members house in Manitoba.
Maybe Carls?The milage would be about the same.

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Soon I'll have all your parts on my car and you'll have all my parts on yours. Might be easyer to just swap cars confuse Thanks again Jim



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GrtDanes wrote:

On its way buddy,if we keep passing things bk and forth we might have

to meet half way for that beer?At some CP members house in Manitoba.

Maybe Carls?The milage would be about the same.





Sure, as long as you-know-who isn't along...

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No I wont let him tail gate me to your place.

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