1966 Fury III parts

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I have many parts for a 1966 Fury III 2-door hardtop. Some are in better shape than others but here is a partial list: Front and rear bumpers, trunk lid, fenders, hoods, radiator supports and related parts, inner fenders, doors, cowl panels, AC/heater box and all AC parts, door hinges, hood and trunk torsion bars, door glass, rear glass, quarter window glass, window gears, window cranks and door handles (in and out), mirrors, aqua colored interior parts (door panels, rear seat, headliner material, armrests), dash parts, tail light panels, lenses, headlight buckets, grill parts, interior chrome trim. Complete 318 motor and matching auto trans, power steering pumps, 2-barrel carbs, etc... Photos available.
 

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Have you a matched pair of door mirrors? A working cigar lighter would be cool too.
 

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i cannot seem to upload any pics. i got a message the the file is too large. It's just a jpeg. is there a trick to this here?

This server leaves a LOT to be desired. You MAY have to load it elsewhere, then link to it here. I find static HTML works well. A matched pair of mirrors appeals! Are they good, simple door mirrors sans any "remote" crap? 50+ yr old steel cables impress me by LASTING that long, but I don't like them, even if new. At least what you have is original, U.S. made stuff!

Do you HAVE a website you can post to? Many folk here aren't too Web literate, so don't feel embarrassed if you don't.

We'll get this figured out bro.

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I could send pictures to your email. I have 3 mirrors, they are simple two post mirrors, not remote. Two are matching and the third is a little different in the face - the chrome housing around the glass is not as wide. They all have the mopar insignia on them. They could use polishing or maybe re-chroming but they are not rusty at all.
 

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I'd be interested in both vent window regulators if they are in good condition. Door panels as well if they are still available.
 

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Yes I do have those. I can't seem to upload pics on here they keep giving me an error message that they are too large. I could email them to you.
I just sent you a message on here Dave. Feel free to reach out to me via E-mail.
Thanks broths.
 

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i cannot seem to upload any pics. i got a message the the file is too large. It's just a jpeg. is there a trick to this here?
I think in the error message it will give you a clue to the size limit of a pic upload, it's been awhile since I got the message so I can't remember but I think it's in the 1+ MB range.
You can use a photo/paint program to downsize your pictures fairly easily just make sure you save them as copies.
or
You can use a cloud based site to do all kinds of fabulous things to your photos.
JPG Converter - FreeConvert.com

If your posting from a phone... i'don'kno other than to say GOOD LUCK!

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Lets see...
Lighter 1 (1.72 MB (1,807,724 bytes)
Lighter.01.DSC00459-min.jpg


Lighter 2 (0.99 MB (1,041,351 bytes))
Lighter.02.DSC00460-min.jpg


Lets downsize them: (45% compression) BINGO! 388 KB (398,034 bytes)
DSC00459-min.sm.jpg


Lighter 2 (65% compression 839 KB (859,286 bytes) oops still too big.
ARRRRRGGGGG still too big, I think the limit is total size of pic's per post (+ number)
I give up...

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Lets see...
Lighter 1 (1.72 MB (1,807,724 bytes)
View attachment 423103

Lighter 2 (0.99 MB (1,041,351 bytes))
View attachment 423105

Lets downsize them: (45% compression) BINGO! 388 KB (398,034 bytes)
View attachment 423108

Lighter 2 (65% compression 839 KB (859,286 bytes) oops still too big.
ARRRRRGGGGG still too big, I think the limit is total size of pic's per post (+ number)
I give up...

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Mea culpa! What I REALLY NEED is the LIGHTER SOCKET! I've a pair of cheap sino-sludge ones for the present, but need something solid that devices can plug into, as well as draw enough current for the cigar lighter to work.
 

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I uploaded the mirror and lighter pics
GOOOOOD looking chrome! I'm interested in the mirrors. I should specify that its the LIGHTER SOCKET which I'm looking to replace! The cheap sino-slave products I have don't do well with ,appliances or good cigar lighters.
 

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I have many parts for a 1966 Fury III 2-door hardtop. Some are in better shape than others but here is a partial list: Front and rear bumpers, trunk lid, fenders, hoods, radiator supports and related parts, inner fenders, doors, cowl panels, AC/heater box and all AC parts, door hinges, hood and trunk torsion bars, door glass, rear glass, quarter window glass, window gears, window cranks and door handles (in and out), mirrors, aqua colored interior parts (door panels, rear seat, headliner material, armrests), dash parts, tail light panels, lenses, headlight buckets, grill parts, interior chrome trim. Complete 318 motor and matching auto trans, power steering pumps, 2-barrel carbs, etc... Photos available.

I'm interested in dash panel/instrument cluster parts and all seat belts possibly. can you message me direct with pics and price plz
 

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I have many parts for a 1966 Fury III 2-door hardtop. Some are in better shape than others but here is a partial list: Front and rear bumpers, trunk lid, fenders, hoods, radiator supports and related parts, inner fenders, doors, cowl panels, AC/heater box and all AC parts, door hinges, hood and trunk torsion bars, door glass, rear glass, quarter window glass, window gears, window cranks and door handles (in and out), mirrors, aqua colored interior parts (door panels, rear seat, headliner material, armrests), dash parts, tail light panels, lenses, headlight buckets, grill parts, interior chrome trim. Complete 318 motor and matching auto trans, power steering pumps, 2-barrel carbs, etc... Photos available.

need fender skirts too if available
 

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GOOOOOD looking chrome! I'm interested in the mirrors. I should specify that its the LIGHTER SOCKET which I'm looking to replace! The cheap sino-slave products I have don't do well with ,appliances or good cigar lighters.
GOOOOOD looking chrome! I'm interested in the mirrors. I should specify that its the LIGHTER SOCKET which I'm looking to replace! The cheap sino-slave products I have don't do well with ,appliances or good cigar lighters.
Here is a link to the pics of the lighter and the socket. https://photos.app.goo.gl/GnyzeWoaPHxUmkvh8 I took it apart and cleaned the contact. here is a link to the mirrors https://photos.app.goo.gl/3mkMiTarAcXQvnej8
 
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Geeez I think you would still be able to get this socket USA made whether brand new or NOS, it's pretty bog standard. Ya think?
RV Motor Home builders would still use these.
I wouldn't waste my time with the rust/corrosion on this one ie using it for a phone charger.

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Photo size experiment #2
Geeez I think you would still be able to get this socket USA made whether brand new or NOS, it's pretty bog standard. Ya think?
RV Motor Home builders would still use these.
I wouldn't waste my time with the rust/corrosion on this one ie using it for a phone charger.

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You would THINK these are easily obtainable, but such has not been my experience. The Web is SO FLOODED WITH ASIATIC POTMETAL that FINDING BONA-FIDE U.S. or even European STEEL LIGHTER SOCKETS has become nigh impossible. One must be wary of some nasty little creep LYING too. I bought a couple from such, advertised as U.S. made. Its not a super high priority, though it would be NICE to have a decent socket in the right place.
 

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You would THINK these are easily obtainable, but such has not been my experience. The Web is SO FLOODED WITH ASIATIC POTMETAL that FINDING BONA-FIDE U.S. or even European STEEL LIGHTER SOCKETS has become nigh impossible. One must be wary of some nasty little creep LYING too. I bought a couple from such, advertised as U.S. made. Its not a super high priority, though it would be NICE to have a decent socket in the right place.
I took it apart and cleaned it - here is a pic after cleaning

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