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1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts
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wayne
Posted 2007-12-12 5:45 PM (#106927)
Subject: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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hey guys im selling the sportone trim inserts for the fury and belvedere for $850.00 per set.can sell by the piece but you see the pictures the new inserts are a little shiner ,there not fifty years old .also going to have it for the four door at the same price any questions email me thanks wayne from pa.

Edited by wayne 2007-12-13 2:25 AM




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wayne
Posted 2008-03-28 1:43 AM (#122590 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: RE: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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the price has changed it is 625.00 per set gold or chrome thanks wayne.
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wayne
Posted 2008-07-26 3:33 PM (#139119 - in reply to #122590)
Subject: RE: 1958 plymouth gold and chrome sportone trim inserts


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hi guys wayne here to let you know that the complete sets of inserts gold or chrome for 2dr ht are $350.00 a set that includs shipping in the us out of us it is $25.00.there is a two week waiting so order them know...my paypal account is waynemakurdsik@yahoo.com thanks wayne.

Edited by wayne 2008-07-26 3:34 PM
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wayne
Posted 2008-08-21 12:06 AM (#142126 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: RE: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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sorry guys im not making the inserts anymore due to a machine failure and it cost to much to replace thanks wayne.
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My58PlymouthFury
Posted 2008-08-27 6:17 PM (#142922 - in reply to #142126)
Subject: RE: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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Hey Wayne,

Maybe you can get a bunch of us Forwardlookers to pitch in and help you buy the part for the machine so you can continue making inserts. I would be in.
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Evil_Fury
Posted 2009-02-06 8:43 PM (#162084 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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That would be awesome....
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58Donnie
Posted 2009-02-07 9:21 AM (#162116 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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Anybody know how to get hold of Wayne? He has a part of mine that I let him use to make a reproduction of and I need it back pretty soon. Not been able to make contact.
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Evil_Fury
Posted 2009-02-09 1:00 PM (#162279 - in reply to #162116)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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Hey Donnie,

I have left several phone messages/pm/emails and he is MIA. I saw him on the Christine Car Club forum yesterday but he never responded to my pm. I don't know what's up with him.

Chuck

Edited by EVIL_FURY 2009-02-09 3:28 PM
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h-bomb
Posted 2009-02-09 3:21 PM (#162311 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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I need him too -- I bought and paid for a set of lower stainless grille bars and a couple Victor keychains and haven't seen them yet.
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58Donnie
Posted 2009-02-09 5:51 PM (#162346 - in reply to #162311)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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I'm starting to worry. 2DHT driprail stainless doesn't grow on trees.
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58Donnie
Posted 2009-02-10 12:54 AM (#162411 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts


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I got a message from him everything seems fine. On a positive note I have many of his parts here for cars I'm working on and they are outstanding reproductions. He doesn't sell junk.
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Evil_Fury
Posted 2009-02-10 11:02 AM (#162442 - in reply to #162311)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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That's good to hear..
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h-bomb
Posted 2009-02-10 1:02 PM (#162450 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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To further update, my keychains and grille bars arrived today.

darn those grille bars are amazing!
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catman
Posted 2009-02-11 6:10 PM (#162678 - in reply to #162450)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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Pics????
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badboykurza
Posted 2009-02-12 5:22 PM (#162834 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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I got my grill bars too, they look nice
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mstrug
Posted 2011-03-12 7:54 AM (#264347 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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I heard thru the grapevine he is busy moving etc. So bummed he won't let us help him fix his sport tone insert machine. Marc in Newark...Tx
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dukeboy
Posted 2011-03-12 5:56 PM (#264409 - in reply to #264347)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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I think the machine is repaired, he just got tired of people low balling him after he made the initial investment on the machine...He had about 5 SETS each(Gold and Silver, I SAW THEM MYSELF) made up and selling for the same price as Rawa's Mylar stuff and NOBODY came forward and bought 'em...When someone reproduces a part gentlemen, you need to GET IT RIGHT THEN, as you never know when they might stop...When he had the inserts, I guess everybody just figured he would have them forever. This is NOT the case..You cannot have your money tied up in parts and can't get it back...


I reproduce the clips for the lower stainless trim at the BOTTOM of the winshield and rear glass, but I'm not gonna sell them when I have time and my own money tied up in them for peanuts....THIS I believe is why Wayne quit doing the inserts....When they are on EvilBay, they fetch a premium, try and give you guys first dibs, and you get low balled....
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BigBlockMopar
Posted 2011-03-13 6:28 AM (#264454 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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I don't know the good fellow and probably won't be needing any of these parts he's producing, but looking at the first 3 posts of this topic here, I can imagine people get a bit leary when someone somehow can drop the price with $500 like that.
Commercially and saleswise, it would have been smarter if Wayne had editted his first post with the new prices.
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Chrispy
Posted 2011-03-15 3:53 PM (#264744 - in reply to #106927)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth fury sportone trim inserts



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Eh It just means that he had recooped his costs to get things setup and then dropped prices accordingly, not really such a bad thing.
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