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Old 12-13-2012, 12:21 AM
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1953 era Ford F100 steering boxes - THE H.A.M.B.


"We have several f100 steering boxes in good used condition for $100 each with free shipping continental usa.. email silverspittoonantiques at hotmail dot com"
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Free shipping is good. The ad is kinda vague though....ask for pics and details if you want to buy one. Used steering boxes are a cr@pshoot IMO.....figure on rebuilding it anyway.
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Not sure why, but that company rings a bell for problems... I'd google it to check for past transgressions on the HAMB
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