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Actually i believe they were optional on other models. My Dad had an original 66 wagon that had them, and my 67 hardtop had them originally as well.

SS's came standard with them
 

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Actually i believe they were optional on other models. My Dad had an original 66 wagon that had them, and my 67 hardtop had them originally as well.

SS's came standard with them
Yeah but........ did it come that way from the factory or were they dealer installed??

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Yeah but........ did it come that way from the factory or were they dealer installed??

Ric
My dad's wagon came from the original owner that said they were factory option. the car was also a L-30 327 a/c car with roof rack and radio delete. White with Red interior. It went to Japan years ago.

My 67 I don't have paperwork, but the holes look correct so I'm just guessing, but they look legit.
 

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I have a GM list of bright trim by model. It indicates anodized aluminum wheel opening moldings for 117 and 118 models only in 1966. They're also not shown as a dealer installed accessory in the 1966 Custom Features Catalogue. All this doesn't mean they didn't get installed on some non SS cars. As we all know, anything was possible in those days, like the D99 trim installed on Canadian cars in 1967, even though they had neither vinyl roof or two tone.

Bob
 
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