Carlisle Chrysler Nationals Carlisle, PA

I'm sorry, I cannot.
I no longer have a tumbler set for anything older than than 1993.
I just can't get replacement parts for it any longer. I'd gone to buying old cylinders when I can find them, and taking them apart for pieces, but it's not feasible any longer.
That's why I had to go to the complete sets.
Telling someone it'll cost $300 for a cylinder was to much.
But what year is your car, my sets aren't to hateful on price.
It's a 74 Scamp. And honestly it's not trying to find the cheapest route to have my doors match my ignition, I just don't want to take my column apart again. LOL
Trying to avoid carrying around a separate door, trunk and ignition key.
I've got a locksmith here in town that can do it. He's out this week and said he will be backed up when he gets back so it would take a couple days to do it. Which I don't get, but whatever. Thanks for your help anyway.