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View Poll Results: 1970 Boss 429 Mustang vs 1970 F100-250 Truck
No other parts shared 0 0%
2 Parts Shared 1 16.67%
3 Parts Shared 0 0%
5 or more parts shared 5 83.33%
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Old 01-01-2014, 10:45 PM
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1970 F100-250 Trivia Question

In 1970 what parts beside nuts, bolts, screws,clips did the 1970 F100-F250 share with the 1970 Boss 429 Mustang?
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Headlight buckets! D0ZB-47-A (left) and D0ZB-37-A (right).

.. I just refinished my 70's grill assembly and noticed the stamping.
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Headlight buckets! D0ZB-47-A (left) and D0ZB-37-A (right).

.. I just refinished my 70's grill assembly and noticed the stamping.
Bingo! A couple items . .

I just installed my Buckets this morning although when detailing them a week or so ago noticed the '70 Mustang stampings.
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1966 F250 Deluxe Camper Special "RANGER" Special Paint
1965 F250 now gone bye bye . . Sad Face
1966 F100 powered by a 482" Dual Quad Side Oiler
1966 F100 Plain Jane AZ Grandpa Truck 352 3spd
1966 F250 Plain Jane Red/Red Long Bed 3.5L EcoBoost
1966 F600 Never Titled OR Registered Only 5388 Miles
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Voltage regulator and alternator? How about some of the light bulbs them selves?
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Not checking part numbers and going from memory My 1st reactions were 9" R/G stuff,cluster CVR,courtesy light switches,H/L bulbs,glove box latch,and ash tray *****.
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Earlier models shared headlight switch and ignition switch.
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