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I wanted to replace the chrome strip just forward of the chrome strip on the bumper on the drivers side. It's a 91 new yorker fifth ave. Landau... cloth top. But I don't know what it's called in able to find it. Can anyone help? Is there a body man out there?

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The 1991 passenger car parts catalog is here:
http://oskin.ru/pub/chrysler-dodge/manuals/Chrysler_Service_Parts_Catalog/CD2/82-96PassCar/91p.PDF
The NY 5th Ave is the AC/AY-body. I am sure that trim pieces like this are long discontinued and it being a 'crash part' may make it difficult to find. NOS (new old stock) and used may be the answer.
Chapter 13 is the Frames & Bumpers chapter. Is it shown in figure 13-1900?
See chapter23 (Body) and figs. 23-2000 through 23-2200 for body mouldings and ornamentation. See if it is shown here.
The Mopar part #'s may help you Google for leads. Let me know if you see it pictured and where. I will help you find sources if I can.
 

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Wow appreciate your help I found it on page 698 of the parts book you sent me. Number 38......I don't know if that's the right one though because it's on the right and mine is on the left. The part number for the one shown is 4494 758-9. I don't know if it's reversible or not. Thanks for your help. I Googled the number but didn't come up with anything.
 

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The part numbers are 4494758 and 4494759. When they are listed like 4494 758-9 the even number is the right (passenger) side part and the odd number is the left (driver) side part. So you want to search for 4494759 for the piece for the driver's side.
 

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