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Old 06-05-2022, 12:51 AM
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Default NOS Pr.1969 Camaro Drip Rails

Have a guy looking for a pr. of Drip Rails.
He bought the car knowing they were cut and trying
to bring the car back to the real world.
They are making Repos but would prefer GM.
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Old 06-05-2022, 02:07 PM
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Sorry, Joe...thought you were referring to the drip rail trim, not the actual drip rails under it.
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Sorry for the confusion
I’m looking for the Rails that those
Moldings go on.
Nice molding though!
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Apparently so....

"He bought the car knowing they were cut and trying
to bring the car back to the real world."
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Gone
Rock solid car, just a whole lot of custom work.
Trimmed drip rails, scoops in the 1/4s, flat firewall
Rear bumper cut into the 1/4s and tail panels,
and rocker panel Flares with exhaust scoops.
And the list gos on.
Going to try to save the roof but well see.
Garnet Red California car, Deluxe interior with a fold down.
Going to be a street car for his boy but still need
something respectable.
Yeah hes a glutton for punishment.
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Gone
Rock solid car, just a whole lot of custom work.
Trimmed drip rails, scoops in the 1/4s, flat firewall
Rear bumper cut into the 1/4s and tail panels,
and rocker panel Flares with exhaust scoops.
And the list gos on.
Going to try to save the roof but well see.
Garnet Red California car, Deluxe interior with a fold down.
Going to be a street car for his boy but still need
something respectable.
Yeah hes a glutton for punishment.
Dang, I like to start with a solid car too, but it seems he should have found something more in line with what the wants for the end result. Going to be a LOT of sheet metal work to bring that back to original.
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I have seen a few first gens with the drip rails removed. I think it is a great look when done correctly.

Of course, if he wants original....

Hope it was cheap.
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