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Old 10-12-2010, 11:50 AM
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Are these from a Slick?

I was at the yard today and buried in a bunch of brush was an old Ford, I've never seen these handles so I was wondering if they would be worth trying to remove. The chrome is bad but there is'nt much pitting.
I also grabbed the hub caps from this truck one is stainless and the other four are aluminium, are they correct for this truck or are they just some aftermarket caps?
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Old 10-12-2010, 12:19 PM
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Old 10-12-2010, 12:35 PM
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Door handles and plates, yes(both been reproduced) Hubcaps are from later 70s to late 80s rigs...Ive seen them usually on E series rigs...


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Oh, so the door handles are not original?
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door handles will fit 61-66 trucks, if the doors have a straight contour line sloping downward going rearward, those are unibody/integral bodied truck doors only...a tough find nowadays...if decent/salvagable...a good thing to grab if you have the room...hub caps...nothing special as far as collectability...not correct for the truck either...different wheels are on it from originally.
If you can get the plates and handles for nada or next to...grab them...the push buttons are unique to the trucks which used the plates(longer shaft) theres only one screw(behind weatherstripping) and a 5/16" screw on the inside of the door that the front part of the handle attaches to.


Where is the truck located ?


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grab em they look good
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I want them for the Uni
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Where is the truck located ?


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The truck is in a yard in Sugergrove, PA and it is totally trashed, it's way out back in the woods and is covered with brush and logs. It happened to catch my eye will I was cutting a path thru the thorn bushs to check out a VW bus. This is the 6th and worst Slick I've found back in the woods and the only real good part on it is the tin that mounts under the missing dash panel thats say's "Custom cab" or "Custom sport" or something like that. If anyone knows what I was just talking about then is there a trick to removing that?
As far as the handles go I'm sure I can get them for a couple of bucks so I'll let you guys know incase one of you still wants them.

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The truck is in a yard in Sugergrove, PA


What! I thought Garbs parted out all the trucks in Pa already

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This is a beautiful place to live but it's been an economic desert for the past 20+ years and here on the NY side the taxs are THRU the roof, this flippin state taxs everyone like we're Manhattan millionaires.
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This is a beautiful place to live but it's been an economic desert for the past 20+ years and here on the NY side the taxs are THRU the roof, this flippin state taxs everyone like we're Manhattan millionaires.
Keep on voting for your big spending democrats, you can keep it going a couple more years before it all tumbles.





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