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Kurt Arends

PCS Elected Director 2021-2024
Super Site Supporter
I harvested this driver's side quarter panel off of a '64 Bonneville 2-door hardtop last week while in Amarillo, TX. The wheel opening on the left quarter on the '64 Superior ambulance is a little rough. This quarter is awesome. I only need the lower half of this one(from the body line-down), but the price was the same regardless of how much I cut off, so....'64 Bonnie Qtr. Panel.jpg'64 Poncho 8.jpg
 

John ED Renstrom

PCS Member - Elected Director 2019-2022
Super Site Supporter
Good scor. Got any ida were one might find a 69-70 olds 98 rear bumper. So far drawing a blank or they all are rusted as bad as what we have.
 

Kurt Arends

PCS Elected Director 2021-2024
Super Site Supporter
So, I located a '64 Star Chief sedan in a salvage yard in Kearney, NE that had really nice front floor pans. I cut the pans out late Tuesday afternoon. I am sure that I took FAR more metal that I will ever need, but easer to cut more off than it is to add to it! The original Pontiac rubber floor "carpet" in my ambulance is in pristine condition, so I don't want to take it out(and risk damaging it) until I have the seat out. I also got the ambulance to town last weekend and spent some time pressure washing the engine compartment, under-side, and did an initial clean-out of the interior.'64 Pontiac Floor Pan 1.jpg'64 Pontiac Floor Pan 2.jpg'64 Superior Pontiac 4.jpg
 

Paul Steinberg

Administrator
Staff member
Super Site Supporter
Take it back to the car wash and pressure wash the transmission. That is going to be a sweet car once it is all back together.
 

Kurt Arends

PCS Elected Director 2021-2024
Super Site Supporter
Are you referring to the transmission in the car that I cut the floor out of?? That car is in a junk yard.
 
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John ED Renstrom

PCS Member - Elected Director 2019-2022
Super Site Supporter
Shoot that rubber flooring with some wd-40 and let it sit before you try to take it out. Thatwill soak in a soften it up.
 
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