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  1. #21
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    Sale has ended and no kits in his e-bay store. Hope he'll be selling these kits again.
    Does anyone have a direct e-mail to the seller of the $60 kits?

    Thanks

  2. #22
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    You can just log into "My E-bay" and even though that one item has ended, you can still ask the seller a question. That will directly e-mail him. I did that, and he sent me a Paypal invoice and we did it that way. I had to wait a couple of weeks because he was out of kits. That was o.k. well worth it. IMO. Good Luck. Trond

  3. #23
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    Thanks 69' i'll try that.

  4. #24
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    Default HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY 1969 Rally Sport

    Hello I'm new to the forum I Have a 1969 camaro and I purchased the complete headlight assembly from classic industries. The part numbers are C585 and C584 and I wanted to know has anyone installed them before and where do I have to drill on the inner fender wells for the crank. My car is a standard and i'm donig the RS conversion. I also bought the DSE electric wiring kit for doors.

  5. #25
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    My car is an original RS/SS. It was wrecked in the front and came with a new grille. After I opened all the boxes it was an SS grille that he had bought.
    I ordered an RS conversion kit and opted for the '67s electrics. I got it from D&R Classic for $900. All the parts look fantastic, it came with a complete grille harness and everything except for the head lamps.
    I haven't mocked it up in the body yet, but it all looks like good quality stuff so far.

  6. #26
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    For what its worth, I bought the DSE kit, tried to mock it up, found that it wouldn't work with my dry sump tank and promptly resold it to a member here on the board. I then bought the retro-electro setup and am very impressed with their kit. I would recommend it to anyone.
    James
    1967 Camaro RS - The OLC
    1989 Camaro 1LE - The CMC Car
    1989 Camaro 1LE R7U - The Players Car

  7. #27
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    Looking at these kits ,who makes the best conversion kit?retro electric?

  8. #28
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    I used retro electro. Works well and installation was straight forward. No more bell cranks.

    Don
    1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
    1969 Camaro convertible - LS3 4L65E Ridetech Level 2 Tru-Turn - sold
    1959 El Camino
    1969 Mustang Sportsroof
    1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain

  9. #29
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    Retro Electro like everyone has said..

  10. #30
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    Ok,good to hear.thanks guys



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