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  • I was in the neighborHOOD

    So I thought I'd just drop in and crash the party.

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    5,000 useless SDC bonus points if you can identify the other hoods behind and next to the Packard hood!

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    The 57 Chevrolet is the most obvious.
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    • #3
      67/8 Chevy truck hood

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        Agreed, '57 chevy hood behind, '69-'72('67-'68 is different) Chevy /GMC hood behind it, doors beyond Packard Hawk hood, front fender on back wall and cowl in corner. Nearest hood is a '70 AAR "Cuda" hood. At the wall exterme right are '96-06 Jeep wrangler doors.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by bensherb View Post
          Agreed, '57 chevy hood behind, '69-'72('67-'68 is different) Chevy /GMC hood behind it, doors beyond Packard Hawk hood, front fender on back wall and cowl in corner. Nearest hood is a '70 AAR "Cuda" hood. At the wall exterme right are '96-06 Jeep wrangler doors.
          We have a winner 15,000 useless bonus points plus another 5000 for identifying the other parts. Spend your points wisely,

          Extra useless factoid both the Cuda and Packard hoods are fiberglass

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            ​Jeep doors and Chevy doors and cowl panel
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            • #7
              Originally posted by bensherb View Post
              Agreed, '57 chevy hood behind, '69-'72('67-'68 is different) Chevy /GMC hood behind it, doors beyond Packard Hawk hood, front fender on back wall and cowl in corner. Nearest hood is a '70 AAR "Cuda" hood. At the wall exterme right are '96-06 Jeep wrangler doors.
              well, to be nit-picking...the fender on the wall is 69-72 Chevy, but not GMC...just saying. cheers, junior
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              • #8
                Originally posted by junior View Post
                well, to be nit-picking...the fender on the wall is 69-72 Chevy, but not GMC...just saying. cheers, junior
                True. The '69-'72 GMC uses the same fender as the '68 Chevy. But they use the same hood.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by junior View Post
                  well, to be nit-picking...the fender on the wall is 69-72 Chevy, but not GMC...just saying. cheers, junior
                  That's a '67 fender. No side marker light.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jerry Forrester View Post
                    That's a '67 fender. No side marker light.
                    Good point Jerry...but 67 Chevy/GMC fenders don't have the crease in the eyebrow of the fender...only 69-72 Chevy fenders did. Perhaps this fender had the marker light filled in?? cheers, junior
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