For Sale Parting Out 65 New Yorker Town Sedan

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Thank you again! I forgot to say: the round ones have a little pin in the middle that needs to be pushed first so one can remove the retainer.
 

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Good Afternoon
If still available, I'm looking for the three oval trunk plugs.
The ones that are approx 2 1/2" x 4".
I'd love to get the grille/headlight assemblies to upgrade my '65 party barge but shipping to NW Ohio would be pricey.

Thanks for your time
Omni
 

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Thank you again! I forgot to say: the round ones have a little pin in the middle that needs to be pushed first so one can remove the retainer.
Replying to myself. The adjacent clips have a also a pin. They look so fragile, and it seems they came with a tiny o-ring.

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Do you still have all the metal fuel lines running from the carb down to fuel pump? Interested in those, along with the fuel inlet on the carb, if you still have that (if carb already hasn't been sold). If inlet's been sold no issue, just interested in the metal lines mainly.
 

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Do you still have all the metal fuel lines running from the carb down to fuel pump? Interested in those, along with the fuel inlet on the carb, if you still have that (if carb already hasn't been sold). If inlet's been sold no issue, just interested in the metal lines mainly.
Sorry the fuel lines and carb went with the engine.
 

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Do you still have all the metal fuel lines running from the carb down to fuel pump? Interested in those, along with the fuel inlet on the carb, if you still have that (if carb already hasn't been sold). If inlet's been sold no issue, just interested in the metal lines mainly.

Note: You can get that metal fuel line-to-carb pipe from Inline Tube. I think the line is two pieces with provision for a filter between the two. You will also need a WIX or NAPA Gold fuel filter available from Summit or NAPA. Not sure what year / model your car is, but my '66 300 is set up this way.
 

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Yeah, maybe... but that's a crappy picture, and of an engine with a rear mounted distributor, and the description deserves a beating... call them... 2 pieces from the pump to the carb allows for the correct placement of the filter, use metal ones Rip suggested. The routing is tight, it should work up past accessory drive and the front mounted distributor and still not interfere with anything, hang over the valve cover or whatever other nonsense we've seen in under hood pictures... though I personally have always been equal parts amused and horrified when someone manages to run the fuel line over the exhaust manifolds.
 

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