Are you looking for the woodgrain applique or the entire top/center section? With or without the deluxe seatbelt holders?
If you just need the woodgrain, I got mine from John's Classic Cougars. http://www.johnsclassiccougars.com/
I just had my 70 console restored, The crome plastic frame can be gotten brand new but, The correct wood grain will need to be gotten from John's Classic Cougars. I think Autocrafters has the part with the wrong for an XR7 wood grain. Neal.
I saw that item yesterday. Its got two more days and looks like the price is gonna be high by then.
I try to stay away from the gator pit (ebay) if I can. I have heard that there are new ones, repros or NOS I dont know.
California Mustang has them, I think I would rather have a good used one with the correct wood for XR7. That one on ebay would be just right. I am in no hurry and still looking, still have a few more rocks to turn over.
I just noticed that you are in New Hampshire.
My wife is from there, the rest of her family still is there. My maw-in-law is coming down here in 3 weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeks. I'll be hiding out in the garage the whole time, they talk toooooooooo muuuuuuuuch.
Yep, stuck up here in rust and snow land. Met my 1st wife in Tx - she was a NH girl. Came up here 'cuz she got homesick. After the dust settled from that one I was biding my time (saving money, looking for job down there) to go back but met a local girl and now I'm married again and been up here almost 18 years. Always planned on retiring in West Texas, new wife wants to move there NOW. Once I get the 69 back together and the house empties out we'll start looking around for houses down there. I live in SE NH and it's really not that bad - except during Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar... It is VERY humid during the summer though. Being from Houston you're used othat right? Where abouts is your wife from?
I am just north and east of Nashua. Between Manchester and Exeter (towards the seacoast). It is pretty up here with all the trees and such, but the pretty wore off after a couple of cold winters out shovelling, plowing and generally freezing my cajones off, followed by wet, humid summers.
I'm with you - hot dry desert - wide open spaces. You don't have to shovel sunshine, and I'll take the tarantulas, scorpions, horntoads and occasional snake anyday!
I may take you up on some parts from your 70. It looks as though the body shop may have "misplaced" some of the smaller peices. I will let you know.