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Old 03-01-2008, 05:11 PM
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69 Camaro instrument panel clips...

Does anyone know where I can get the 4 clips that the warning light banks snap into? They are located just below the Speedo and fuel gauges. I can get them with a new panel but can't seem to find them by them selves.

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Old 03-02-2008, 12:56 PM
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I see no one has replied to your request yet and I'm not sure if this link will help, but they do have a lot of different clips and such, so... http://www.mrgusa.com/fasindex.htm Good luck!
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Did you try Ricks?
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I'm just guessing here, but it's worth a shot. How about contacting the place that sells the new panel, and see if they can help you out? Maybe they can sell you some, or lead you to their supplier?
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Have you checked with Classic Industries? They sell about everything.

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Tried Rick's, Classic, NPD, Yearone, Ecklers, and DR. The company that has the new panel won't sell them separate from panel. Any ideas? I know I can't be the only person to be in need of these, am I?
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Those clips were either manufactured or handled by Auveco who supplies the car manufactures with all sorts of items. Auveco has a web site where you can download a parts manual, but be advised it is a really large pdf file. And you will have to order in quantity.

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Old 03-03-2008, 08:38 AM
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You can get any Au-Ve-Co parts online from Perfect Fit Mcdonald. GM clips and fasteners are on pages 389 to 430 of the Auveco catalog. If I get a chance, I will look through my catalog and see if I can find a part number for you.
http://www.perfectfit.com/13023/AuVeCo-Hardware.html

Can you take a picture of one of the clips?
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Dan....

Man, any help I can get would be great!!! This is the only thing that is keeping me from getting my dash together. Thank you!
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Picture of clip...

This is the clip I need.
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I looked through the entire section of Au-Ve-Co clips and fasteners, and there is nothing that looks like what you have pictured. Sorry.
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Buy a new panel, remove the clips and return it saying the clips were missing....... OK just kidding. Try saying that you bought a panel with the clips missing and would they send you some. I know it's not the most honest approach but if they sell them on a panel they must be able to get them seperate. Are those clips unique to the camaro? Are they reusable if so maybe another model has them and you can find them at a wrecking yard.

How much is a new panel?
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Old 03-04-2008, 11:43 AM
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No offense, but the chances of there being a '69 Camaro in any condition in a salvage yard have to be close to zero, unless there is a salvage yard parting one out someplace. Even then, I'm sure they wouldn't sell camaro freak just those clips.
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Thats not what I meant, I meant any other GM model that used those type of clips. Chevelle, Impala, heck even a station wagon or truck might have them.
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A little luck...

I guess no one has these new without the panel. Gee there is a part that someone should reproduce! They do break sometimes when replacing the panel or even changing the bulbs. I found some used at Coast to Coast Camaros. They have a website but I called them and ordered 4. Sounded like that was all he had. It is hard to believe but I have found several parts now that no one is reproducing! If you have them treat them like gold!!!
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