My car is gone so I have no need for the extra parts I have lying around. I will charge only actual shipping to be determined by buyer's address.

More photos of anything available by request. prices are negotiable.

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1963 Side Light Bezels - They have been recently re-chromed but it was a quick job and pitting was not filled. Chrome shines but far from a show piece - $75/pair

1963 Tilt Wheel Gear Selector and Tilt Knob Good Chrome - $35 for both

Dash Piece below instrument bezel for tilt steering column - $30

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Driver Side Boomerang #1 - Good chrome but there is a crack around the inboard mounting stud $60

Driver Side Boomerang #2 - Has dings and not great chrome but these are not easy to come by - $30

Glove Box Door - Has button and lock but no key. No script either - $25

Original 1963 Shop manual - Very clean and solid binding - $35

Both boomerangs are 1963 model year.

Boomerang #1 has been sold

Shop manual is sold

More small stuff

63/64 convertible rear quarter light housings with lenses, light pitting - $75

Pair convertible rear quarter lenses - with cracks but still one piece - $35

Ashtrays - $10 each

Odometer reset cables - $10 each

Wiper/washer switch, I believe this is 1964 style but will fit '63 - $25

Vent window regulators with cranks - $40 pair

Rear view mirror/sun visor bracket from '63 CDV, very light pitting, should polish up nice - $25

Pair'63 fender indicator gun sights, typical light pitting - $40 pair

Original seatbelt from'63 convertible, has Cadillac/Hamill patch sewn on, with mounting bolts. This is 57 years old so the webbing should be replaced for safety - $50

Convertible rear quarter lenses sold



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