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Build sheet eh?

Looks like this will be a must to add to my collection of receipts and all the original history that I have for my 1 owner 1990 F250!

But I'll have to contact Ford Canada since I am in Canada and the truck was made in Oakville Ontario.
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Hmmm, might have to call, since the web based request form no longer recognizes the 80 and older "short" VIN numbers as a "valid 17 digit VIN"........
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Build sheet eh?

Looks like this will be a must to add to my collection of receipts and all the original history that I have for my 1 owner 1990 F250!

But I'll have to contact Ford Canada since I am in Canada and the truck was made in Oakville Ontario.
You should be able to call Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. I mean, my truck was made in Oakville, Ontario, and bought here in the States, so they should be able to get you squared away.
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I'll see when time comes, if I have to, I'll call both of 'em.
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Just an update FYI, I tried the website for a build sheet and was directed to https://www.shopfordgear.com/home.as...2YHNOREJJK4&s= where they are charging $17 now.
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Just an update FYI, I tried the website for a build sheet and was directed to https://www.shopfordgear.com/home.as...2YHNOREJJK4&s= where they are charging $17 now.


noticed that a year ago when i bought one...still haven't gotten it...
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TYVM

This is awesome. I stumbled across this thread, I didn't know they had build sheets for individual vehicles.
[edit] Just got the redirect as well. meh.

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