Dash wiring harness bits from a '72

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Has the headlight switch plug, radio plug, flasher unit (I think), Fasten Seat Belt warning, windshield washer plug, etc. Might work on a '73 too?

Have no idea what it's worth, so throw me your worst lowball offers. I don't offend - all I really want is it out of here and a few bucks to help fund the yellow '72.

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-Kurt

 
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check with Midlife, he might be able to use them.

 

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Sent him a PM; thanks.

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Yup, I made Kurt an offer he may or may not refuse!

Those are two fairly intact end pieces of a 1973 underdash (non-tach harness).

 

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Sold.

Curiously, how do you know it's a '73 harness? It came from a '72 that had the tach group, and there were parts from a convertible '73 all over the car - but I didn't expect it to extend to the wiring harness.

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The seat back latch connectors are 72...my bad...I thought they were the 73 specific connectors.

Carnac (Midlife) blew it!

 
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