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Old 08-11-2012, 11:00 AM
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1950 F-2 Front Clip removal

Hello, can anyone tell me the best/easiest way to remove the entire front clip as an assembly? I was giving a doner truck for parts to help me restore the one I have had for some 30 years now. Long story short it was stolen from me many years ago and when I got it back the front end was crunched and doors taken. It has sat rusting patiently waiting for me to rebuild it. I have a 302 with a C4 tranny that will run it as it is already set up for that. Of course the enginge my dad and I put into it is now ruined, an ex girlfriend and her boyfriend tried to steal it out of storage and completly ruined my wiring and engine, left the carb uncoverd for water to get into block, very nice of her! Any help would be greatly apperciated!
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Ok, did not see where it gave years to choose from. Thank you.
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