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1961 Uni Fuse Block

Hey all, new to the thread and definitely a novice when it comes to working on vehicles. I recently purchased a 61 f100 uni and am in the process of trying to straighten out the wiring. Appears that someone removed the fuse block from the light switch and started putting in some in line fuses instead. Any ideas on where I can find a replacement fuse block? Are there other early 60's ford trucks/cars that I could get one from? As I said I am a novice and any advice is greatly appreciated.
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C2AZ-11A647-A .. Junction Block (fuse panel): 1960/63 F100/750 / 1960/63 Galaxie / 1960/64 Falcon/Comet / 1961/67 Econoline / 1962/64 Fairlane.
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Bill you seem to be the grand-poo-bah of ford parts knowledge. Thanks for the insight and now its time to try and track one down.
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Any recommendations on the best places to find NOS parts? I am compiling a list of misc parts and could also use some advice on where to find part numbers. I was hoping that the shop manual I purchased would have them but it doesn't seem to.
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Any recommendations on the best places to find NOS parts? I am compiling a list of misc parts and could also use some advice on where to find part numbers.

I was hoping that the shop manual I purchased would have them but it doesn't seem to.
1957/63 Ford Truck Parts Catalog available on a CD from hipoparts.com

Look up the part numbers, then type 'em into PartsVoice.com or rear counter.com, the two obsolete parts search websites available to the general public.
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if it's not too much trouble do you have the ability to look up parts numbers for the following parts for me? I have found a number of these parts as reproductions but would prefer to use the sites you gave me to try and locate some NOS.

Drivers side door arm rest
Mirror extension arm (round mirror on door)
Dome light lense and housing
Turn signal lever
Radio antenna
Window crank ****
Inside door handle
Battery hold down clamps and hardware
Shifting lever **** (3 on the tree)
Glove box liner

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