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Old 02-29-2012, 07:50 PM
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Post 1960 Ford F100 tail light panel

Does anyone know where you can buy the back panels that the tail lights on a 1960 ford f100 styleside mount into? They are severely damaged and need replaced or repaired. Is there any way to get them off of the truck or do I need to cut welds?
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I believe you'll need to cut them off. I've seen NOS sets come up for sale on eBay only a few times over the last few years.They don't last long.AKAIK,they're not reproduced.
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I believe you'll need to cut them off. I've seen NOS sets (which type?) come up for sale on eBay only a few times over the last few years.They don't last long.

AFAIK, they're not reproduced.
No one repro's either type.
Did'ja know (prolly not) that there are two different types of these quarter panel (bedside) extensions?

B7C-9928058-A Right & B7C-9928059-A Left .. Quarter Panel Extensions / Obsolete

Applications: 1957/60 F100 110" wheelbase / 1961/63 F100 114" wheelbase.
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B7C-9928058-B Right & B7C-9928059-B Left .. Quarter Panel Extenions ~ With groove under tail lamp hole / Obsolete

Applications: 1957/60 F100/350 with 118" & 135" (F350 only) wheelbases / 1961/66 F100/350 with 120" & 122" & 132" (F350 only) wheelbases.
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Did'ja know (prolly not) that there are two different types of taillamp lenses and bodies? With or without turn signals is the difference.

Did'ja know that the 1957/60 Styleside Beds are called the "wrong bed" by some people? Its bed lines do not match up to the cab lines on 1961/66's.
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Thanks for the info, Bill.

You listed one set for the 57-60 110"(short) Wheel Base.Surely,they'll fit the long(118") wheelbase?Are they in fact the same exact parts,with two different numbers?

When those have come up on eBay,they're gone in a heartbeat.
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There is a guy on the 57-60 facebook page that is apparently going to be reproducing them soon.

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I wonder how much he'll be wanting for em? I could use a couple of em too. Mine are dented and the corners are rusted out.
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There is a guy on the 57-60 facebook page that is apparently going to be reproducing them soon.

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Do tell facebook huumm...... the bottoms are always rusted out on the ones around these parts. I have yet to find any that are solid..
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Join the facebook page and check it out, gets way more traffic than this forum (unfortunately IMO)

http://www.facebook.com/groups/57to60fords/

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You listed one set for the 57-60 110" (short) Wheel Base. Surely, they'll fit the long (118") wheelbase? Are they in fact the same exact parts, with two different numbers?
The parts and part numbers are not the same, the B's have the groove under lamp hole. Dunno if they fit or not and don't call me Shirley.
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