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Post Info TOPIC: Looking for wheel opening chrome trims for 1965 Parisienne


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Looking for wheel opening chrome trims for 1965 Parisienne


Hey there, I'm looking for wheel opening chrome trims for 1965 Parisienne, those chrome arches.

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1965 Parisienne Custom Sport

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Are you running fender skirts. One set of parts for skirts( I have some of them these ) and a different style for no skirts. Front fenders just have one style. Let me know.

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No, no skirts, skirts won't fit with my wheels.

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I may have a set of rears. I know I used to. Ill have to check my stash.

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Ok. I do not have any rear parts for no skirts.

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Seems it's full set combined:) Is rear section 1 piece or 3 pieces per side?

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65 Laurentian post, 67 Grande Parisienne 4 door HT. 
 


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Rear section is 3 pieces. A short front and rear and a longish centre section. I have these parts but I dont think I have a complete set for myself. The with skirts parts are easier to find

Mark. Did your Laurentian have wheel well mouldings?

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It did. 3 piece rear makes sense.



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65 Laurentian post, 67 Grande Parisienne 4 door HT. 
 


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Some part numbers for you Oleg from the MPC,

65TRIM WW.JPG

You can see the joints in this image,

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65 Laurentian post, 67 Grande Parisienne 4 door HT. 
 


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Thanks!

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You probably already know this, but be sure to get the Canadian trim, not US. I made the mistake of purchasing a complete NOS set for a Bonnyville and it was quite different.



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Wow. Did not know that. What pieces did not fit?

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Hm... Bonneville is longer, but Catalina looks the same I believe, no?

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I think it's the same body dimensions between the 2 and 4 door CP 119" and USA 121"cars, the exception being any Bonneville or Star Chief on 124"



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In my 62 Chevy, the wheel wells were the same in 2 door and 4 door models, so when looking for used, check 4 door models too.

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a421cat wrote:

Wow. Did not know that. What pieces did not fit?


 Not sure about the wheel opening itself, but it's the two end pieces that differ. The parts indicted in the image looked the look the same shape but were longer.



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Yes they went passed the style line and had a sort of dog leg to them. Also top was slotted to slide under he centre section.



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