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Old 04-23-2011, 02:36 PM
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There is a NOS pair of 53 - 54 F250 emblems on ebay right now (not mine):

1 PR.1953-54 FORD TRUCK (F-250) HOOD EMBLEMS (N.O.S.) | eBay
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Yeah, I saw that listing on ebay. Thanks for posting it though. I check everyday for parts and pieces for the 54. The listing states some pitting. Honestly I hate to buy NOS that has even small pitting. Maybe its my cheapness or perfectionist side coming out. Small pits become bigger pits then I end up having what I have now. Also, the pot metal used way back when was a mixture of who knows what. I am getting to ready to cast some 250 and 350 stuff this week. I will let everyone know how it turns out. Thanks.
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Yeah, I saw that listing on ebay. Thanks for posting it though. I check everyday for parts and pieces for the 54. The listing states some pitting. Honestly I hate to buy NOS that has even small pitting. Maybe its my cheapness or perfectionist side coming out. Small pits become bigger pits then I end up having what I have now. Also, the pot metal used way back when was a mixture of who knows what. I am getting to ready to cast some 250 and 350 stuff this week. I will let everyone know how it turns out. Thanks.
I saw that pair on Ebay . I was considering them but for that price with them having some pits and one being bent I decided to pass. I've bought two different pairs of F250 emblems off ebay. They are severvely pitted, bent and the one has broken mounting studs/pins.

If the ones you make look like stock ones I might be interested in a pair or two ( depending on the price ) . Would you be willing to sell them not polished? I'm painting all the emblems on my truck white. So I'd rather have bare cast aluminum over the polished ones.

If you have an idea on a cost or time frame on when they would be available shoot me a PM.
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have you thought of doing up the"Mercury" and "M100" there are quite a few people looking for them and they are either too expensive or pitted.
I have a M100 side emblem I might volunteer for a master. It is in really nice shape, EXCEPT all but one of the mounting studs have been snapped off.
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I am getting ready to reproduce some hood emblems for my 1954 F250. I am wondering if there is any interest out there for reproduced hood emblems for F250 and F350's? I reproduce my emblems in polished die cast aluminum (could be chromed but I like them kept in polish). I hate the thought of putting F100 emblems on my F250 (no offense to F100 owners, I just like to keep my F250 an F250). Does anyone feel the same? Just curious. Let me know if there is interest.
Hi, I stumbled on your old Thread here, I have a 1958 Ford F250 i'm restoring for about a year now and I have been looking for just as long for the F250 insert on my side Hood Emblem. I have both Emblems but I'm missing the insert that says F250, not sure if you are familiar with the emblem. If not click on my picture and go to my album and you will see a picture of one on a Blue F250. Just wondering if you know of anyone or yourself that has these. I CANNOT FIND THEM FOR THE LIFE OF ME !!!!!!!!!! Thanks !!!
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Hi, I stumbled on your old Thread here, I have a 1958 Ford F250 i'm restoring for about a year now and I have been looking for just as long for the F250 insert on my side Hood Emblem. I have both Emblems but I'm missing the insert that says F250, not sure if you are familiar with the emblem. If not click on my picture and go to my album and you will see a picture of one on a Blue F250. Just wondering if you know of anyone or yourself that has these. I CANNOT FIND THEM FOR THE LIFE OF ME !!!!!!!!!! Thanks !!!
Great looking truck! I have seen the emblems before. There is a guy down by St. Louis, MO that had a set a few years back. I will email him and see if he still has them. They could be reproduced in cast aluminum if you have workable masters to mold from. I'll see what I can come up with.
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Great looking truck! I have seen the emblems before. There is a guy down by St. Louis, MO that had a set a few years back. I will email him and see if he still has them. They could be reproduced in cast aluminum if you have workable masters to mold from. I'll see what I can come up with.
Hi, Thank you for the compliment on the truck, OK Thank you I appreciate it, sorry to ask but I'm just coming to terms I'll never find it.... LOL. Thanks again, and if you can't get in touch with him it's ok you don't have to go out of your way for it, I was just asking...
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