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Space Saver Spare, Jack And Inflator Bottle

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Hello.

I am new to this forum and have a few questions about how the spare jack, and inflator should be correct.

I have a numbers matching 1971 Trans Am, and what size should the space-saver spare be?

What color and finish should the spare wheel be (I assume black, satin or gloss)?

What color should the jack and base be?

What color should the inflator bottle be, and what label is correct?

How about the bracket to hold the bottle?

Round, natural finish, or black?

Should the hook be plated or black?

My car came without a spare or jack.

I have looked at several trunk pictures online, but I do not know what is correct and if the info for 1970 is also correct for 1971.

Obviously, I need a lot of help here, and I would like the car to be factory-correct.

I am willing to put in the time to accumulate the parts once I know what the right pieces are.

Thank you all in advance for your help.

By the way, I also own a 1969 Trans Am that has been to MCACN, and I would like this one to be just as nice when it is detailed.
 
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We will have to look into this to see as no one has ever asked us this.

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Does anyone know the correct colors for the truck items listed above?

I asked the questions in July and have not received any responses.

Any info you have would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
 

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That's a great question, as we don't 100% know the answer.

Let us ask around.

Thank you,
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