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Air cleaner decals, 327, 396, 427


Anyone have a good use for any of these decals?  Please don't take them for a tool box, air compressor or whatever. I'd prefer to see them go to good use on an air cleaner.

Free, just give me your mailing address if you can use it.

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Very nice of you Carl. If they were gold and blackwith chrome and said Astro Jet then I'd be asking for them. smile



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Yeah, they're just Chevy stuff............!!

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I've got the Canadian ones on MY Toolbox!

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CDN2PLS2 wrote:

I've got the Canadian ones on MY Toolbox!


 Ouch !



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Hey Carl, would the 327 decals be correct for 67 Beau?

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427carl wrote:

Yes   yes it would    except we have a bigger cube bigger HP motor  


 No it would not be correct for any 1967 beaumonts

they would say econoflame or in the case of a 327,  Super-econoflame



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Geez Carl, a guy goes to a lot of trouble to put the research time amd effort into a fool proof thread in the Library and you mess up that one no

http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t26305684/engine-nomenclature-engine-decals-canadian-pontiacs-1955-197/



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i have a 327 in my 2dr. could i have them?

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Wrong style decals Brian

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 I could use the 325 hp decal carl for my convert which will have a 396. Thanks. 



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but i have a chrome air cleaner lid.not thing on my car is # matching anyways

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73SC wrote:

Geez Carl, a guy goes to a lot of trouble to put the research time amd effort into a fool proof thread in the Library and you mess up that one no

http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t26305684/engine-nomenclature-engine-decals-canadian-pontiacs-1955-197/


         Sorry   I was texting at the same time



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68 327 4spd wrote:

i have a 327 in my 2dr. could i have them?


 Yes, I can send you the 327 decal. Just PM me your address please.



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2qwik2c wrote:

 I could use the 325 hp decal carl for my convert which will have a 396. Thanks. 


 Absolutely, and I don't need your address. You get free delivery in person!



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The bottom decal, Turbo Jet 390 HP is still available.

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

The bottom decal, Turbo Jet 390 HP is still available.


 i'll take it... message me please... Thanks



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It's your's. Just send me your mailing address please.

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