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Wanted; A good 65/66 Parisienne Dash pad.


Long shot, but I'm Looking for a decent 65 Parisienne/Laurentian/Strato dash pad.

Any colour.

Not sure if a 66 is the same, but it probably is.

Just dashes will be a last resort...

 

 

Any leads or replies greatly appreciated. 

 

Thanks, Mark



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There used to be a guy over Oshawa way that advertised a number of 65/66 parts for sale that included a dash, wheel well moldings etc but I can't find his listings now.
It might be this guy. Probably worth asking.
www.kijiji.ca/v-auto-body-parts/oshawa-durham-region/1965-and-1968-pontiac-wheel-openning-mouldings-full-size-4pieces/1188614446

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I went and visited him Ted. The guy is a total USA Pontiac guru. Crazy shop. Bought a perfect ashtray and some nice dash bezels from him.

I'll ask him about the dash, but I think he's pretty much cleared out of all his larger 65 stuff, thanks.

 



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You are looking for no cracks at all?

I'll take a look at my parts cars when I get some daylight and let you know what I have.

Not easy to find a good one after all these years and the sunshine.

I had to get mine for the 66 Grande redone at Just Dashes.

Nice job.  Not quite correct (radio grille part) and pretty expensive too.

Not many alternatives. 

The only perfect one I ever found had been put in the trunk of one of my parts cars when the previous owner stripped the interior. Kept it our of the sun, I guess. 

 



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I'm pretty sure I've got a decent one here somewhere.....

Message me your email address.....and I can send you some pics......

Think I know where it is..



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PM sent Brian,

I'm beginning to think that the 65 is different than the 66.

The 65 doesn't reach the speaker grille...and I'm thinking now the 66 reaches the windshield base. Am I right?



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I thought they were the same....for 65 and 66.....but there may be 2 different styles....

In 63/64.....a narrow pad was standard.....but if you ordered B70.....(which was stamped on cowl tag).......you got a FULL pad...that went right to the windshield base...

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I have a very nice 65 Parisienne dash pad, black, and front grill & rear tail lights. Located in Tacoma Washington. Bill



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Hi,

I have a pretty nice Dash Pad out of a `66 Bonneville.

From what I have seen over the past 40 years, I think it should be the same.

As either a`65 or`66 CanPontiac, 25 years ago We sold a few thru Our Restoration Shop.

Bill 



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