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Old 07-21-2013, 07:50 PM
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truck loads of 48~52 Ford parts..

Guys, last summer i met an older guy, who i started buying parts from for my F1, anyways this guy has parts, i mean parts, a whole basement full of 48~52 Ford parts, lots of nos, and boxes of odds & ends, plus barns full of stuff, he wanted me to post this as he is ready to sell some if his stuff off, his prices greats, i saved a ton of parts i got from him, Just post what type of stuff your looking for and ill make a list to take to him, get his prices on the part or parts you want and ill pm you back.. He may or may not have all the parts people need, but you never know without asking.....
By the way, my 48 is coming along, picked up a good running 226,with three speed trans, also have a box from a 1950 f1, also most ready to hitt the road with the old girl
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51-52 doghouse for big truck f2 and up
F4 hood trim 51-52
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51-52 doghouse for big truck f2 and up
F4 hood trim 51-52
Do you need the front fenders? I have a pair from a 52 F2.
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I could use all the chrome/stainless trim and emblems from a 48 hood. That's probably the only thing I'd ask due to shipping costs out here to Seattle.

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Thermostat housing and water pump (any condition) for the 226.

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The stainless hood side trim for a 52 and a radio delete cover.
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I would be interested in any '48-'50 FORD script heaters , related parts or fresh air tubes . Also any '51 -'52 Magic Air heaters , fresh air tubes , cable control panels w/ cables , defrost vents/ ducts or related parts .Thanks , Denny
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Looks like you're getting plenty of orders, Cody.

How did the radiator that age62newbie got for you work out? Got any pics of your progress? Good to hear from you.
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New member in Co. needs a set of '51-'52 rear fenders . Thanks Denny on behalf of Wayne Pratch
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48-50 and 51-52 rear fenders are slightly different. Which do you need?
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I am interested in brake drums that are not over size for a 1950 F2.
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Lower front fender 1950 f1. Original radio. Crack free flathead block.
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