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Old 09-06-2012, 01:28 AM
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Big old Ford Trucks in the woods...and some NOS parts

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I'm getting the factory super duty mirrors for mine!
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Owner has them pulled for me...
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And located NOS Ford mirror heads.
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Even got an old crummy NOS grille...
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:22 AM
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I'm thinking that old grill will most likely be repairable...... What a nice score. I noticed the 'lollypop' turn signals look the same as my F350. I always thought a PO stuck them outa the fenders all crooked like, but maybe a factory option like that? One more thing, are you the guy building the super duty fridge with the hood scoop?
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I noticed the 'lollypop' turn signals look the same as my F350. I always thought a PO stuck them outa the fenders all crooked like, but maybe a factory option like that? One more thing, are you the guy building the super duty fridge with the hood scoop?
I don't know about f350's having those external signals...seems like they would get knocked off quickly.

Yeah I'm the one...the only one. Long term project here. Just looking out for parts while they are still available.
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B7C-17723-A .. Painted White 6" x 16" Mirror Head / Obsolete / 9 available NOS

C1TZ-17723-A .. Painted Gray 6" x 16" Mirror Head / Obsolete / 4 available NOS

COTZ-17696-A .. Painted White Western Mirror Installation Kit w/ 6" x 16" Mirror Head / F & T Series / Obsolete / 3 available NOS
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I'm in Henderson. Did you find them around here?
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B7C-17723-A .. Painted White 6" x 16" Mirror Head / Obsolete / 9 available NOS

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COTZ-17696-A .. Painted White Western Mirror Installation Kit w/ 6" x 16" Mirror Head / F & T Series / Obsolete / 3 available NOS
Whats this mirror installation kit? Don't tell me its the brackets...
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I'm in Henderson. Did you find them around here?
lol, Minnesota. I'm going to be upset AND happy if those mirror installation kits are what I just paid money for in repairable but rough shape. I really want new stuff!!! hah
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School me on 58 and 60 "super duty"
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Whats this mirror installation kit? Don't tell me its the brackets...
Dealer installed complete mirror installation kit-brackets, mirror head, the whole enchilada.
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I would also like to know more about the super duty. Please direct us to your thread on it and any other facts. I remember it was an awesome project.
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I have no idea where my old thread might be...
Heres an old pic of mine tho, going to crew cab it at some point next year I think, then comes a diesel chassis of some kind...
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heres a preview of what the body should look like...
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I never get tired of seeing the pic of your "super -duty"!
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So it's just something you made up to name your project or was there actually trucks badged as Super Duty back then, that's what I am curious about.
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"Super Duty" in a nice script logo right from the factory. 3 holes below the grille and a scoop to direct the cool air into the whole mix. Go crewcab and get more points.......
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