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Old 08-25-2011, 05:04 PM
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lower grille panel 48\52

Hi guys, have any of you made a lower grille panel for a 48 f1 ? Mines in sad shape and looks like it cant be fixed or saved..or if any of you a extra one could you please lett me know.
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That is one of the few parts available in reproduction steel for the front of the 48-50's. You could look into that if you can't find a good used one reasonably.
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That is one of the few parts available in reproduction steel for the front of the 48-50's. You could look into that if you can't find a good used one reasonably.
Who makes it in steel?
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Who makes it in steel?
Appears LMC has them for $220.

I have a very good and straight used one for less.Click the image to open in full size.
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I have a very good used one.

I am interested if Cody is not. Since this is his thread he should have first dibs.
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