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post #12 of (permalink) Old Jul 5th, 00, 11:14 AM Thread Starter
mr 4 speed
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Dennis69SS:


I'm thinking about showing my car in stock class after I get it restored. Can anyone tell me if dealer installed accessories (e.g. courtesy lights) would be considered by show judges to be a modification to the original car?

Thanks.


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I would not even worry about it.Even at a National event,(ACES,NCOA,etc.),I seriously doubt a judge would question the integrity of the(installed) option.I believe the RPO is ZJ9,if I'm not mistaken.Believe me,it is a RIGHTEOUS option to have.By buddy parts out a lot of 68-72 A bodies,and I was lucky to get 'em without having to look for 'em.It's a classy touch to add to a classy car And, Dennis:My 442 convertible's lights do go on by turning the knob counter clockwise.


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1972 Olds 442 convertible(455,W25,M40)
1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass 350 Olds,TH350(daily driver)
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