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Old 10-30-2011, 09:23 PM
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1959 Ford F-250 parts wanted

I am looking for parts or a parts truck for a 1959 Ford F-250 4x4. Please let me know if you know of anyone with some parts or a parts truck. I would like the truck to be rust free(or minimal rust), and I also need a seat.
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Whats your location? And what parts in particular?
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Old 11-01-2011, 04:11 PM
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I am located in lampasas county. I need too many parts to list, but I'd like to replace the body parts at this point. Almost all of the body parts on my truck are rusted pretty bad.
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To bad your in Texas. Got a 58-59 3/4 ton sitting in the pull and save up here in Spokane Washington. Bed is in great shape and the rest of the truck is in pretty good shape too. I took the blinker light handle for my 65 F100 4wd. Its got a factory spare tire holder for styleside beds. Im going back with some rustbuster and get that out.
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I have for sale a seat ,both front fenders ,chrome grill,front windsheild,big wrap around back glass,front bumper.I live in Fort Bend County Tx.
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