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Can anyone ID this part


I found this in the trunk of my 69 Parisienne but have no clue what its for. Does anyone have any thoughts 



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I know it was said that we were good, but we'd have to be very good to i.d. that part. It looks like body colour, like 1969 Crystal Turquoise if I were to guess. It almost looks like a cover or guard of some sort.
Baffling...

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I've worked on a lot of GM cars, I've never seen a part that attaches with a wing nut from GM. Is it the same colour as your car?

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Is there a part # on it somewhere?

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Different color then my car
I thought it looked like pontiac blue
There was no stamped number on it but I could see remnants of an 8 painted in white.
If its not a Pontiac part I will just scrap it

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Looks like something off of a tractor or farming implement to me. Is the metal a heavy gauge?

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Gillis wrote:

Looks like something off of a tractor or farming implement to me. Is the metal a heavy gauge?


 I presumed it was plastic.



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I am not good with telling gauge from thickness but it is .075 thick

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Plastic?

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It definitely isn't plastic. Unless old plastic rusts.



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gtodrive wrote:

It definitely isn't plastic. Unless old plastic rusts.


 I figured it was plastic, just covered with crud.



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I did a "reverse image" search on Google. Lots of photos came up similar but no exact match. Most of the closest ones were parts for lawn tractors and farm equipment etc.

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Ok well since its not a Pontiac part I will put it in the scrap bin. Thanks everyone for having a look. I just didnt want to get rid of something that someone here might need

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looks like some sort of bracing or reinforcement.

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