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I need the measurements for the correct placement of the SS fender emblems on a 72 car. Would somebody mind scanning a page out of the Assembly Manual for me?? Thanks.

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Dave,
You may just want to go ahead and buy the assembly manual. The assembly manuals on the cars I've owned have all saved my butt at one time or another. Just a sugestion.
 

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Yeaa, I know. I have one for my 70, but the '72 is at the body shop and the bodyman needs the dimensions like pronto. That's the only reason I asked.

Note to self: Add '72 Assembly manual to next parts order...

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http://www.crosswinds.net/~daves70/index.htm
 

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I'm not 100% sure either, but I thought the 70's had one-piece SS badges whereas the 71-72's had to separate SS's. Also, do 72's have a 454 emblem??
 

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I do believe, correct me guys if I'm wrong, but I think only the 454 SS got the "SS454" emblem while the rest in '72 just got "SS." I'm not 100% sure but....I think that is how it went.
 

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72SS is correct about the LS5 being the only engine with fender designations for 72. As for the SS emblems, my 70 (and all other 70's I've seen) also have the 2 piece SS. I believe they are all in the same location for 70-72. 69 is definately mounted higher on the fender.

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