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Old 12-04-2012, 10:56 AM
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would it fit

Hi would a ford f800 front valance off a 1957 fit a ford f350 1957 i no it looks different in style which i like better would it bolt up thank you.
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Does it have the round parking lights at the edges? If so, it won't work with 59/60 fenders without a little work.
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they both have the round lights the f350 and the 800 but the 800 valance looks a different shape
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I read your first post wrong. I thought you had asked about 59 fenders. All I can suggest is taking a parking light and comparing it. Alternately you can just ship it to me and I will take it off your hands so you don't need to deal with it. =)
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Double check width. The F800 had the wide fenders, and the valance might also be wider tio suit those fenders. Also, F750 and up used the same fenders and valance 57 through 60.
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