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    Senior Member VintageExcellen's Avatar
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    WTB: 1970 outside door handles chrome

    Hey everyone, I’m specifically looking for 1970 handles, 1 year only with key that sits horizontally rather than vertically. Does not need a working key. I need a pair but will take a single as well.

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    Hi Mark, sent you PM.
    ESR # 2300

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    I have a pair of chrome handles in excellent shape without the lock cylinder. I know you can buy vertical lock cylinders with keys, surely there are horizontal lock cylinder kits out there. If interested PM me with your email address for details.

    TIA

    Henry

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    Registry member# 206 fourteenten's Avatar
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    All 69 to 73 and later lock cilinders are the same, difference lies in the key seat area of the door handle bore where the cylinder slides in, the 1970 only version has the seat area 90 degrees turned from the 19 71 and later door handles.

    Cees
    Btw, I have a couple 1970 only door handles to sell

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