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    • I have some questions about the blackout treatment for repainting my ‘72—I can’t remember what I did last time when I did the ‘73.  Here goes: 1) I know the blackout treatment wraps into the door jamb along the quarter panel and the rocker by about 3/4”.  Is there a precise measurement there?   2) For the doors —what does the blackout wrap look like inside the doors?   3) The rear body panel of my ‘72 is currently white with the black plastic honeycomb trim piece, I think the rear body panel goes white again, but is there a chance it should be black? 4) Not related, but inside the trunk—last time I spent a bunch of time and did a really nice base-clear paint job in the trunk in body color.  I am positive that is not correct, but it looked nice.  Is grey speckle the correct finish?  If so, does anyone have a good picture of OE so I know what to duplicate? I have a schedule laid out, recruited my teenage son, we are about to get dirty!  We should be ready for the booths at work by the end of December unless I decide to go mountain biking instead - LOL.  
    • I assume the console is not with the car any more.?  
    • Sent you a pm.  Will box them up tomorrow and get you a price with shipping.
    • I have some originals that ran weak, so I bought new replacements  If your car is a driver you can do what I did.  Buy a new replacement motor, go to OReilly Auto or wherever you feel and buy the 2way connector for a couple of bucks.  Splice the connector onto the new motor wires and it will plug right into your factory harness.  Have your original rebuilt, or take it apart and clean it yourself. What failed on your original.?  If it is just real slow it could be in the transmission part of the motor.  I also learned when redoing my original wiper motor that the brushes and stator can get detrimentally dirty over time.  A good cleaning of those parts and the old motor works again. kcmash
    • Welcome from San Diego. Congrats on the new ride..
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