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60 to 66 GMC suburban


hey guys im starting to look for parts for another project i need a tail gate for a 62 burb upper and lower half with hinges



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thought i would bump this one up since spring is here



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On Kijiji Ontario

http://ontario.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehicles-auto-parts-tires-auto-body-parts-PARTS-W0QQAdIdZ574018741


Date Listed 12-Mar-14
Last Edited 12-Mar-14
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-- Edited by muttwood on Wednesday 26th of March 2014 07:20:05 PM



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427carl wrote:

GMC62CarryallTM4.jpg


 Wow ! that looks good !



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67BBSD wrote:
427carl wrote:

GMC62CarryallTM4.jpg


 Wow ! that looks good !


 sold thats everything i need, now how do i get my mits on it



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HAVE YOU CHECKED WITH SCOTTS SUPER TRUCKS IN PENHOLD? HE SPECIALIZES IN OLDER GM TRUCK PARTS. NEW AND USED I BELIEVE.



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Did you see that another member is working on a 1965 GMC Carryall ?

He last posted here,

http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t57129720/windsheild-weatherstrip/



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  • ive known scott for years and he does have one but no tailgate, were is that blue one from


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Don't know, that was 427carl's post.

Here is one in Oregon, no tailgate disbelief

http://car.mitula.us/detalle/952/99910459415850705/5/1/chevrolet-suburban-1964

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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thanks Carl, if anyone in the west is travelling around the wreckers  and spots one let me know please



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now that the snow is gone i thought i would bump this up



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there has to be one in western canada ie manitoba to british columbia, if im forced ill look in the states but im not that desparate yet, im hopeing not all the wreckers are gone yet



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I had a little free time while im waiting on the weather to warm up enough to sand blast. since its a burb no parts are available so im having to fabricate it073.jpg057.jpg058.jpg059.jpg064.jpg



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I just drove past 2 on Highway 3 between Princeton and Keremeos.

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yes i know the place a few cars there is it a wreckers?

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I'm going past again this afternoon. I'll see what info I can get for you.

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Here they are. Kinda rough, but there maybe something you can use. The barn doors look good on the GMC, and the upper half of the tailgate on the Chevy is good, but the lower part is pretty rusty. 

Pm me for the guys number. I don't know what he wants for them, as I talked to his daughter.20170416_141803.jpg20170416_141813.jpg20170416_141829.jpg20170416_142021.jpg20170416_142024.jpg



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rough but its tempting to do a road trip, I have found a decent end gate, just waiting to sand blast when it drys out, I still need to build a bunch of bits inside the corner and fix braces, ive gotta a build some quarters for one of our memebers so the project is on hold till im done002 (3).jpg003 (3).jpg004 (3).jpg



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051.jpg066 (2).jpg079.jpg008 (2).jpg052.jpgsome of you know that im not only into Pontiacs but have a eclectic taste , long story short I like my mid sixties trucks, big and small. I wanted to put a sleeper and my tandem axel 980 gmc, so I bought a suburban to cut up and weld in, wife saw it wanted to fix it up, it was just a shell, needed parts picked up another one, wife wants me to fix it too now I need a third to still fix the fi



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Where do all those Pontiacs fit in? You won't be bored any time soon...

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Pontiac GMC were sold at the same dealerships weren't they. and go together quite well. or are referring to the time thing. might have a few weeks off I just quit my job today along with my employee, don't worry I have another one lined up.



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Yes, I was meaning where you will you find time for it all....

Wow, a job change, that's always a bit nerve wracking.

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My favourite years of GM trucks. Here is the website for you:  http://6066gmcguy.com/



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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Yes, I was meaning where you will you find time for it all....

Wow, a job change, that's always a bit nerve wracking.


 it takes a bit of preplanning work on what you can when you can, ill have lots of time for awhile , I know that leaving a job scares people , but working as a contractor and in construction im quite used to it , the trick is to have a backup which I have. you forgot that im still renovating ,we have no kitchen to speak of. I have some panels to make up for members so I have no shortage of projects to keep me busy.



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