[Found!] door locks w/ key and letters 65 dart

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  1. hosehead

    hosehead Well-Known Member

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    Looking for the "R" and the "T" for a 65 dart. The ones on the quarter panel. Also a pair of door locks w/ a key so I can lock this thing.....
    PM me if you have anything. Thanks
     
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    If they car still has the door locks just send it to a lock smith and have them make a new key that’s what I did for the locks. It’s going to be the same as your ignition key if it wasn’t switched.
     
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    ignition key doesn't work
     
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    Then it must have been replaced. You can also have the door locks rekeyed to your ignition
     
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    pishta I know I'm right....

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    I thought the door key was round and the ignition was pentagram? 2 different ones...original 1965
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    Trunk is one key the round one and door and ignition is the other.
     
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      Ive got some letters, hit me up with a message. I'll be home by Wednesday..

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      Your door key looks to be an original, but, not the trunk/glove box key. They should have the same type eye sticking out from them as the ignition key. If the OP's door cylinders are broken, I should be able to put together a genuine '65 matching pair with an original style key. If they just need to be re-keyed, I can do that too, but, it would probably be cheaper to have a local locksmith do it, and as mentioned, have them pinned to match your ignition key.
       
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      cool, Those were handed to me when I bought it out of a warehouse after 25 years of storage.
       
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      Thanks Mark, I just bought the car and it came with one door/ignition key. I'll have to copy that and then try and get the locks I have rekeyed.
      The problem for me is I live in rural Oklahoma with not a lot of anything around. I'll research a locksmith I guess but I wouldn't be surprised if I had to drive out of town a fair bit to find someone to do that.
      Send me a pm for what you'd need to purchase a set of locks with a key. Thanks!
       
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