1969 Electra four-door hardtop

Discussion in 'Car Part-Outs' started by JayZee88, May 17, 2019.

  1. JayZee88

    JayZee88 Well-Known Member

    Last fall I bought a 69 Electra for parts for my 70, but now there is a lot left I don’t need. Car is mostly complete (even has the skirts, keys, hubcaps, and nice black door panels), and most chrome is nice. It’s a Nebraska sandhills car so it’s fairly rust free. Let me know what you need. I want to see as much of this car get reused as possible before it goes to the scrapper.

    The items missing/keeping

    Motor
    Trans
    Trunk lid
    Cruise control parts
    Frame
    Front brake drums
    1/4 panel emblems
     
  2. Rkandii

    Rkandii Member

    Still have car? What is the steering column-CC/corning lamps? West Point ne here.
     
  3. zoneboy10

    zoneboy10 Member

    gas pedal???? Window & door switches, oil dip stick, I'd even consider a few wire harnesses if possible
     
  4. JayZee88

    JayZee88 Well-Known Member

    Yes I still have it. The front corner lamps are good and still on the car. The steering column is intact but banged up a little.
     
  5. JayZee88

    JayZee88 Well-Known Member

    I have all of it, but the dip stick. It has manual door locks though. What wiring do you need?
     
  6. Rkandii

    Rkandii Member

    Is the steering column set up/wired for a car with corning lamps, cruise control and tilt? Banged up how?
     
  7. 1967 Big Buick

    1967 Big Buick One day at a time.

    Does it have factory body side molding? 8pc in total.
     
  8. 1969RIVI

    1969RIVI Well-Known Member

    Does it have power windows? If so I'd be interested in the switches if they're the same as a 69 Riv? 4 switch cluster on the drivers door, single switch on passenger side and rears.

    Thanks, Bob
     
  9. 69wildcatgs

    69wildcatgs Member

    hey buddy, do you still have the trunk lid?
     
  10. ynotbuick

    ynotbuick Platinum Level Contributor

    How is radiator top plate, if it's plastic style looking for one more.
     

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