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need a 1965 ignition switch

I'm having a hard time finding an ignition switch for my 65 chevelle, seems like 65 is all by it's self..I've tried Ecklers and opg and other places where I live, bought one on ebay and it was wrong......can anyone help
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Is your switch bad or you just want a new one?


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Re: need a 1965 ignition switch

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I'm having a hard time finding an ignition switch for my 65 chevelle, seems like 65 is all by it's self..I've tried Ecklers and opg and other places where I live, bought one on ebay and it was wrong......can anyone help
The 65' Chevelle and Nova switches are the same and nobody makes an original version of this switch any longer.

There are some that are close but won't really fit the original harness plug without some modification. This question has come up multiple times in the past so using the search may get you closer to finding a suitable replacement.

Another option is a used one from junk yard or ebay has one for a 65' without the tumbler which can be used if you already have a working tumbler.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-BORG-WAR...2db1b7&vxp=mtr

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