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Old 11-02-2012, 06:49 PM
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buying 223 front metal mount

i really need a front metal mount for my 223 inline 6. its the metal one the front i need. tell me what you want for one
also looking for:
metal housing for tailight for a 57 stepside
original bench for a 57
front passenger side wiper arm
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:20 PM
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We need to know where you are. I have a good bench seat, well it needs to be recovered, and I know a guy in Texas that should have an extra front mount. You can have the seat as it's in my way, but I'm way out on the Left coast.......
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Hi thankyou for responding, im in arizona
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Are there any junkyards near you?
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all those dry, rust free parts.....
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all those dry, rust free parts.....
.... with all those neglected 223's getting covered with sand!
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Arizona should be junkyard heaven! Sneak away from work some afternoon and find some of the older yards. Around here, they like to crush em and ship them to china, but even some of the scrap places here set aside the stuff that looks too good to crunch. That's how I got my front bumper. Don't forget to bring your camera. And a roll of toilet paper, but that's another story.... happy hunting!
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I removed a 223 from a1960 f250 today
I am putting in a V8
I will let these go
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Hey guys, there is definently alot of junkyards in Arizona, I plan on finding my bumper and maybe my grill there, the problem I have is they charge an arm and a leg to get me that mount
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If you find a ford f350 1957 front valance with round lights i am after one urgent.I have been told the f250 and the 500 are the same.I am not going to find one here in the UK.
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