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Old 04-04-2013, 07:04 AM
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did the cheapest 67-72 ford trucks come with arm rests

Did the custom ford 67-72 come with arm rest?
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My 68 does.
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My 67 did not and it is basic 352 automatic is only upgrade to mine
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My custom 67 has them
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My custom cab '67 w/352 3 speed has them.
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Did the custom ford 67-72 come with arm rest?
I got my 69 for $300 and it came with one armrest...
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Without an arm rest how would have you pulled the door closed?

Delete arm rest, add loop of twine with eye bolt.

And if it's a 68-72 it sure would have made it to catch something on the handle and pop the door open without the arm rest to protect it.
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We had a 67 Mercury in Canada and I seem to recall that it had separate handles and no arm rests.
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