Looks as though I will have to go with after market on these. Does anyone have any suggestions? Or is it all pretty much just "take your chances"?
Just wondering if your Yenko is a #50 code Gobi Beige? My '70 El Camino is a #50 code car. Looks nearly identical. And I have been going through the '70 colors trying to decide what color I want to paint this car. No Butternut Yellow listed so............We've had very good luck with the repro grills, and parking light assy's. I would buy a repro grill over an NOS one in a heartbeat!! Stay away from NOS, they fit ok, but the finish is terrible - I sold my NOS grill and put a repro on my Yenko
Here's a nice one for sale....
Yep, paint code 50 for Gobi Beige. I bought it sight unseen, and had to call the seller back to ask what color it was - I cared that little! Once I saw it, I realized that it's not the most flattering color and fully intended on painting it code 28 Fathom Blue which was a more popular Yenko Deuce color. But, the original Gobi Beige color grew on me over the 5 years of restoring it, and now I really like it - still like other colors, but the unusual colors really stand out at car shows now. I painted this car myself in PPG base/clear after getting it computer color matched from a section I cut out from under the deck lid - it had never seen the sun. In florescent lighting, the base/clear doesn't match the original very well, but in direct sunlight its dead on! I tend to take pics of other Gobi Novas....Just wondering if your Yenko is a #50 code Gobi Beige? My '70 El Camino is a #50 code car. Looks nearly identical. And I have been going through the '70 colors trying to decide what color I want to paint this car. No Butternut Yellow listed so............