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1969 Pontiac Parisienne, 2+2 NOS Left Quarter Panel


I have this quarter panel for a '69 Catalina (will also fit Parisienne & 2+2) currently listed on Ebay. Shipping this thing will be a challenge to say the least. I thought if someone wanted it and we could use the Blue Water Bridge (Port Huron, Michigan to Sarnia, Ontario) as a point of transfer.... This is for a hardtop, but could easily be trimmed for a convertible. Price is $800 USD delivered to the border.

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I bet DavePL wants that!

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I sure might, I just need to be convinced it's useful for a 2+2, then it'd be perfect! I'm afraid though that the Catalina fender might only match from the bottom seam down, or something like that.

Has anyone used a US fender on a Canadian car before? I've heard from people that would seem to know that they are interchangeable, and it would make sense from a costs perspective to have used a single stamping, but never heard of it being done!

I found a used right that would make a good companion to this. I just don't have a car yet to even see what I actually need so am a bit gunshy given how hard these are to ship, otherwise I'd stockpile!

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gtodrive (Rob), is there a part # on the fender? I know for 1970 the quarter panel for a Catalina & Parisienne are the same part number.



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seventy2plus2 wrote:

gtodrive (Mark), is there a part # on the fender? I know for 1970 the quarter panel for a Catalina & Parisienne are the same part number.


 No part number, but I know at some point on here, someone confirmed that the Canadian one and American one used the same part number.

- Rob



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gtodrive wrote:
seventy2plus2 wrote:

gtodrive (Rob), is there a part # on the fender? I know for 1970 the quarter panel for a Catalina & Parisienne are the same part number.


 No part number, but I know at some point on here, someone confirmed that the Canadian one and American one used the same part number.

- Rob


Oops, for some reason I put your name as Mark in my original comment.  I've corrected it.   Sorry Rob.

I can dig up the 69 Cdn part #, but don't have a 69 US Pontiac parts book to match it to. 



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sorry this is off topic but im looking for pass side quarter panel for my 69 parisienne 2dr ht would anyone know if an impala one is the same i only need from the side trim down i ask becouse carid has impala quarters $222 shipped to my town in alberta only $505 !and i read somewhere that american pontiacs just arnt the same and i dont want to buy one to find out thx guys !

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The Impala part is a no, not the same.

Quarter panels for our Pontiacs are sure a headache.

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