I have used the ones from The Parts Place in Chicago. Looks good and had all the correct connectors and lengths. I have no idea who the mfg was though.
OBTW there is some "Chevelle" parts house in north Phoenix (somewhere around Bell Road I think) they'll meet anyone's price and you don't have to pay freight. Have a bud in Gilbert that uses them.
Dave Bradley www.corvetteforum.net/classics/d1_bradley
'69 SS396 ragtop
'33 3W Coupe
'65 Vette BB Roadster
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NPD harnesses seem to work for my 72 SS. I bought a forward engine harness, forward lighting harness, intermediate and rear lighting harnesses. I especially like the fwd engine harness because it has all the correct terminal ends and the wiring is wrapped correctly. Fwd lighting harness is enclosed in wire loom tubing with attaching clips too.
72 Chevelle SS
ZZ502 Crated RAT
Muncie M-20 4 speed
TEAM CHEVELLE #726 ACES #4486
"PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN!" “What the heck are all these extra nuts & bolts for?”
Sorry guys, seems they (Classic Chevelle on Bell Road) went down the tubes. Guess they should have done a little more advertising. BUT, there is another joint in Mesa, Impala Bob's at 4753 E Falcon Dr. (Greenfield and McKellips) out by Falcon Field 480-924-4800. They sell for all bowties and have some in stock.
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