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Great glad to see that your on here
would you think of breaking it up for sale , like console assembly (do you have shifter cables ? ) steering and bucket seats ?
I have the cables. I do not want to break it up, especially not buckets and console first, as I think the rest won't sell without them
I will consider shipping this at your expense if you do the research to select a shipper. You might want to try UShip. Would be great to find an enclosed trailer car hauler that has a little extra space. Trying to avoid having to do a lot of packaging.....
How do I get in touch with seller?
He just joined. OldMoparGuyNW
I am on here and following. Let me know if you are interested
This interior has been posted on eBay with a starting bid of $800. There are 2+ days remaining in the auction. Here is the link
1965 Dodge Monaco Interior | eBay
I don't see any 65 door panels in any of the photos. The 65s have a round hole for the door lever. Just like the window holes. Those rectangular openings are for the 66 paddle style handle. The door panels shown are one of three different styles i've seen in a 66 Monaco.
These panels with the wide metal trim is what came in my 1965 Monaco. I purchased it in about 1987 from the family of the original owner who had died. It was a bone stock car that had never been apart. So... These may not match yours, but pretty sure they are original 1965 panels, especially since the trim matched the dash. I'm certainly not the expert, only ever owned two of these cars
I am half in agreement with Dan(rapidtrans)because I honestly have not paid much attention to '66's.........the door panels shown in the pics should have wicker in the middle of the upper chrome trim. If you look at a pic of a '65 interior ALL '65 Monaco's came with the wicker. I don't know, but is it possible they could also be off a '65 Polara or Custom 880?
65 Monaco. Had wicker on the back of the front buckets, but no wicker on the door panrls
I respectfully disagree. Dan,now owns my old '65 that I had for 25 years, and my 426 car both have the wicker insert in the doors. It was STANDARD on ALL '65 Monaco's. Don't mean to sound rude but you are incorrect.
Whatever. Just would like to sell my stuff and free up some space. Can only tell you where the parts came from. If they work for you, great, make a bid. If not, then really doesn't matter to me just trying to help out folks that actually are looking to buy parts and get cars back together.
Not trying to beat you up over this. Not saying it is your fault, but misinformation is a huge problem with older cars. I believe Dan and myself are just trying to convey the correct information. There may be someone out there who could be trying to restore a '65 Monaco and may not know that certain parts are incorrect. Even Google images can help in a matter of seconds.Just like you I am trying to help fellow car people with pertinent information. And no, sorry not looking to bid. Good luck with your sale. Following pics are from the sales brochure for '65 Monaco.
i did not sell this as a complete interior. If you are still interested in the buckets and console, with shifter cables, I would sell them for $500. The steering column is on hold currently
i'll pass on the , going a different direction now . converting her to a stick . sorry i've bought the package already , its a deal although . thanks for remembering me .
here is the package .
You still have those seats for sale? Got any pics??