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I feel guilty when I do this, but you guys are the best and I need help. I'm going through a few of the boxes of stuff that are filling up my shop and I need to identify this stuff and try to come up with a fair price so I can get it to someone who needs it. Can you identify some of these seat belts, head light buckets and trim rings?

Top left is 67, top right is 69, second left is 71, second right is 73, maroon and brown belts are 76, white belts are 79. Bottom right black belts are 76 and some that I can't identify and the last bunch is 68. I tried to put these in order, but when I loaded the pictures they got mixed up.
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A few of the headlight buckets and trim rings that I've got and 3 T3 #2 bulbs, a T3 #1 and a Power Beam guide #2.
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Well I guess a headlight is worthless when it makes white smoke inside. All but 2 of them smoked when I put full power to them. Only one T3 #1 and one T3 #2 survived the test.
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Fred the 69 seat belts for camaro or chevelle
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Camaro and Chevelle use the same belts? Would that also include Nova?
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I’m not sure if they use the same belts or not! What are the dates on the black belts and is it a full set?
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I grouped the belts by the dates. That is the only way that I could separate them because I don't know what they fit. The group of belts in the top right picture all have 69 date on them, but there is more than enough for one set. Some have black buckles and some have silver buckles. 2 of them have smaller buckles than the rest.
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I will buy the belts in the top left pic from you....
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Well I guess a headlight is worthless when it makes white smoke inside. All but 2 of them smoked when I put full power to them. Only one T3 #1 and one T3 #2 survived the test.
I never use a battery charger to test bulbs. Not saying that is what you did, but an unregulated battery charger can put out as much as 18 to 24 volts. I only use a battery to check bulbs, and sometimes I use a 9 volt one to do that. They're easier to carry when going junk yarding. Burned out bulbs are a real tough sell.
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I used a battery. I guess air leaks into them after many years? How does this happen?
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