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65 parisienne wheel skirt trim


ive got a really nice set of NOS unpainted skirts for my project with rubbers, mounts, etc which is great

I'm wondering about getting some of the stainless trim for them though.....

 

pretty sure it looks something like these:

 

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the  pics show two sets of skirts with the trim on them , me confused which is not new for me



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the pic is something i found online and is what i'd LIKE to get.......don't have them though

mine are just plain old skirts in need of the trim

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are they 65 or 66 skirts they are very close in looks



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i would need them for a 65

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not if you don't want a original, can you tell the difference they are not adjusted, 66 skirts are easier to find, and unless you are a purist they function the same013.JPG003 (2).JPG



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I think that style of trim was more of a US thing? Seen plenty on ebay US..



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cutting a roof off a four door is NOT a convertible.....

65 Parisienne convertible project.



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hmmm ok thanks guys...........i wasn't too sure

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