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Thread: Should I be suspicious

  1. #11
    The change was sometime in 72. 67 cars did not have this later panel. Properly restored 67s should not have these holes but it was the only way to get a replacement panel. So, many restored cars have the holes. Thus the extra holes iteration has become gospel or at least unsettled to some. There is a thread on this but many incorrect cars have been posted adding to the confusion.
    In my experience it is incorrect and all proper cars of the years in question should not have them. I think Restoration Design now has the right part. Until now it was up to your metal guy if you cared. If not no foul but not factory.
    Last edited by steve shea; 10-09-2018 at 05:46 AM.
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    Searched thru the pics I have and seemed to have proof both ways. However got pretty good proof by looking at 500700 and 500711S. See below.


    Think those positively prove you assertion since 500718S was the last '67 targa. Thanks for the mental exercise. See also the discussion on this:
    Last edited by doigthom; 10-10-2018 at 10:50 AM.

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