I just looked at the Detroit Iron website and I see that they are also a Chrysler "Authentic Restoration Product", I would assume that they are decent quality. I also looked at the Rock Auto website and at $23, that looks like a good bargain, especially if you can squeeze the RA discount into the mix. $3 to ship is good too.These have better quality fonts, printing than the Detroit Iron CDs? I was mighty pleased w what I got for Tilly..... Damn! I want my wife home. I need to check w the bank and get this Show rolling!!! Y'all got my Enthusiasm Glands fizzing now.
Wait a minute... Convertible?Yowza! HAD to learn the recipe bro! Take 1 partially crushed Mopar C body, add tears, wails, curses, laments, blend to taste, then vomit. Next, add 2 parts prayer and humility, grovel, and VOILA! Add 1 1968 Newport Convertible! Chill and taste How Sweet it Is!
From what I noticed waaay back then, the '68 is basically the same car as the '66, mechanically.
Each a slightly bit different, but from the same family?
Hope this might help. Glad you've located a replacement this soon!
Wait a minute... Convertible?
OK, ever own a convertible? You'll want to check passenger and trunk floors for rot.
Remember there's no such thing as a locked convertible... They are a utility knife away from a break in... They are noisier and usually leak like a sieve.
Just making sure you don't go in blind.