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Hunting for '95-'96 D- front and rear. The shells are the important part, interiors panels not so much. Naturally local/regional favored.
 

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Fronts are the same as B-body just different trim, and trim mounting holes.
 

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I had actually started off including either B- or D- for the front, but then recalled the two squares punches hidden by the molding (which must have only been for production), along with all the holes for the clips holding the lower trim. Getting both doors from another D- will save a good deal of drilling.
 

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Found both doors today at a local yard - quite good shape. White, same as mine too! I forgot how much I hate JY crawls. 2 Gen 1 Corvairs, an E-body Riv. '69 Toro, early '70s Eldo. 1st gen Monte with 1 bad quarter. A Checker Marathon, lotsa' '80s C-bodies. an '80s El Camino. Oh the memories, and to think many worthy of rebuild.
 

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Hey Bob, Did the flood waters uncover those or did you step into the wayback machine? The Checker was like a bowling alley in the back. I know why but was always impressed with the room back there. Would have been a great "Dating Car"> :wink2: I'm glad you found your doors.<After thought.

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Glad you replied as it made me see I misnamed the model.::embarrassing:: Actually, the back 2' was sliced off clean - like someone made a couch. BTW and FTR reports show a '66 Chevelle was a great dating car...... ;)
 

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Yeah the Chevelle, which is almost my 67 GTO, was a good one. The 57 chevy was another. My 1963 Falcon Futura with the 4 Speed shifter and birth control seats was ummmmm body conforming. Bob, are we working on our little red stars?
Hail drive in theaters.

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lol my 1st car was a '57 Chevy wagon. $75, the cheapest GM in the paper that weekend. Wife2B's sis had to co-sign BOS. Zero battery the next morning, so hitchhiked to buy a new one and returned to find a tow truck in front (no plates dontchakno). $60 to unhook, $25 for the battery = more than doubled the purchase price in one day gotta be a record.
 
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