Unfortunately, it's a key component for a 1971 SS car. As rare as they are, the airlift stuff occasionally becomes available because it could be had on any GM A body car.
With these hockey stick moldings, a non SS car can be made into one. There's no documentation that can dispute it. What started out as a 2 barrel 350 car could be made into an SS-and sold as one.
Most of us can't do such things. I bought my hockey stick moldings when they were like eight bucks each. My car is NOT an original SS-and when asked I always have and will always state such. If it was, I certainly would have left it factory original.
1971 Monte Carlo SS clone, 496 CID, 600 HP 600 ft lbs, 9 inch rear.
1999 Trans Am. Plenty bolt-ons.
2003 Isuzu Ascender Limited DD
Yeah, I hear ya Paul. I won't try and pass mine off as an SS. I just like the look of the blacked out tail panel. It flows nicely with the theme. Which is why the knock offs are fine for me. They look good too!😁IMG_2128.PNG1.04MB0 downloads
Nothing special about this Monte. No SS, no rare options just a super sweet car to drive and take me back to the good old days!
from a gentleman who was making an SS clone. He had a machinist make 2 sets out of stainless. One set went with the car he sold and I made him an offer on the 2 new set. Right place, right time.IMG_1809.JPG
I think you are talking about the SS Clone I bought.
Hi all! First time poster. Will be a member shortly. This post is mostly for Jared Richey. I have a set of NOS hockey sticks. Not the bottom, but the tops. It may be possible to let you “borrow “ them. They are new, never installed. If you like, contact my brother who is a member here at 714024SPEED. Thanks.
I was thinking you could 3D scan the mouldings and print them in plastic, then cover with the plastic dip chrome paint I've seen. Apparently it isn't quite ready for prime time at a reasonable cost, at least around here. I've watched too much CSI I guess.