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Hi all I am looking at perhapes buying a 69 pontiac parisenne convertable,its in not to bad of shape,dont know much about it it has buckets and console auto  350..hows finding parts for these ..hoping better than my 64 C/S Convertable...car has been in storage for 30 yrs and I feel the need to save it  ..



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Lots of 69 Pontiac guys here so I think you'll find the resources for these cars pretty good.

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Chances are, it's a 2+2.

You know, if you don't want it, we know someone who does.

I know of one that has been stored away since the 80s, I was worried you were talking about the same car

But the one I know of, is East of Mr. Stevenson.

I say, if the frame is good, go for it !

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Its got the same trunk and tail lights as a 2+2 they prob all have theres no emblems or those little venty things on the sides eitier..but who knows ? not sure what I will do with it as my 64 is a full time hobby may just get it running if possible and clean it up and let someone do it up..and enjoy it

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hi bill i have a couple 69s !all i can say is napa has everthing for 69 impala as far as drive line goes even power steering hoses my 69 convertible is getting put on the back burner im to old to tackle it !so it can stay here if the ht ever needs body parts i will have them !or i may even sell it 



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I looked at it before buying my 64 its top is really nice I noticed the back glass window was sitting on the back seat so not sure whats up there ? seats have no rips and the interior looks good but need tlc ..body from what I saw has the normal rear lower panel rust..but being a convertable the floors and trunk prob need work or replacing I am thinking..its a buddy of mine that put the car away that was his dads after he passed I would really like to take him for a ride in it some day but I don't see having the time ??

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from selling convertble tops for many years we found that many people did not understand the rear curtain  (glass) also included the perimiter vinyl curtain around it. Many a call saying the installer said I cant use your glass,  you need the complete glass unit. One customer bought a nice clean  glass at a swap meet for $100.00, Thought he had a deal. Wanted to buy a new top but would'n need a rear glass curtain, already had one. Sorry guy that , ain't going to wor.k

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For mechanical parts, EVERYTHING is available. For body parts, NOTHING is available. For interior parts, stuff that was shared with the Grand Prix or GTO or Impala are available usually.


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Thanks guys ! I will find out monday if my buddys sister is ok with letting the car go ..they both know I'LL take great care of it and find it a good home if I dont keep it,,really don't have the room here but ? question ! is there any other pontiacs that have at least the same lower rear panels that will work ? or would I have to make my own up ? Have a Great day All !

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You'll be making your own. Have you got some photo's of the car to share with the group?

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Yes I do..but dont know how to get them from my phone to the site yet ? going to have to get GF to show me that stuff as I will need to post pics of my 64 in spring also not much of a puter guy

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Well its conformed I am a new owner of that 69 parisenne convert of my buddys..going to leave it in storage there till spring sometime no room here for it,than I .ll take some pics and share Then ????

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Cool. If you've got pictures on your phone, you could email them to yourself and post them.

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I am so far behind the puter stuff my phone isnt set up for emails I guess this old fart better get with the times ,,,well one day haha

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I've never heard of a computer being referred to as a puter. Must be a Saskatchewan thing.

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seventy2plus2 wrote:

I've never heard of a computer being referred to as a puter. Must be a Saskatchewan thing.


 My son's  nickname is Pooter(short for computer) because he's always on a puter.

Had the name for over 10 years

Might be a generation thing Clint........or a sign of not being a millennial...?

Don't worry about it....everything is still cool and groovy.

 

 

 



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And far out man...

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Right on guys !!

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May long the 69 will finally be out of storage and home,going to pick it up,,,don't like the fact that the 64 will be living on the street and put on hold while I clean up the 69 but hoping not for long..I'll take pics and keep you all posted, I am a little excited !!

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Hello all. Im looking for a wiring diagram. Im using 1969 wiring from firewall to headlights battery alternator etc. And i am putting in a 1968 parisienne. Having trouble wiring area that goes to battery and alternator from under radiator support. Thats where im unsure. If the wires go under or through the radiator opening. Had a bad short one day. Massive smoke before i got battery disconnected. Help!

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If no one gets back to you in a day or so I'll have something for you.

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