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Old 03-14-2012, 11:40 PM
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73 Ranchero GT parts

I have a 73 Ranchero GT and thinking about purchasing a cheap 73 non GT Ranchero for parts. Are many of the interior and exterior parts interchangeable?
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Is the parts truck a Ranchero 500, or a Squire?
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All of the parts between both the 73GT and non GT are interchangable. Exterior and interior.
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What parts are you hunting for? GTs had Gran Torino Sport interior packages and plain interiors as well. I have a '72 GT parts car from a 73 Gran Torino Sport project.
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