Reproduction of the original arm rest pads designed for use with 1966-70 Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth B-body and C-Body models, Each pad is manufactured in quality automotive grade urethane material that matches the original in appearance and fitment. Features the ncluding correct length, grain, and finish. Measures approximately 13" in length. Replace cracked, deteriorated or missing armrest pads with these quality reproduction and bring new life to your interior. Color: White. Sold in pairs.Chrysler Applications
Note: These longer 13" armrest pads are found on some 1966-67 Belvedere, Coronet, GTX, Satellite, and 1966-70 Chargers. Some models were equipped with a shorter armrest. Be sure to measure your original armrests to make sure these pads are correct for your application.
OER® was established in the early 1980's to manufacture original equipment reproductions where every part is meticulously reproduced to exact factory specifications. All OER® parts are reverse engineered or manufactured using original blueprints when available to ensure the closest possible reproduction available on the market. When available, original factory tooling is utilized to insure complete originality. Our mission is to supply the highest quality parts available for the enthusiast and serious restorer. Whether you're a serious restorer, or just someone who wants a replacement part for your classic vehicle, OER® is the source for the finest quality parts on the market. Today, OER® is the most recognized brand in automotive restoration parts. Choose OER® for all your restoration needs.
Many OER® products are officially licensed by General Motors and the Chrysler Group ensuring the quality and authenticity of these products. The GM Restoration Parts logo and the MOPAR Authentic Restoration Product logo are the true signs of quality. OER® is licensed by GM and the Chrysler Group as an official restoration parts manufacturer.
|Dodge||Charger||1966 - 1970|
|Dodge||Coronet||1966 - 1970|
|Plymouth||Belvedere||1966 - 1970|
|Plymouth||GTX||1967 - 1970|
|Plymouth||Satellite||1966 - 1970|