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help to find 49 parts

I am looking for 48-50 ford truck fenders front F2-F6 or rear F2-F3 nice or NOS and running boards F2-F3 (long bed). Please Email me with leads.
I am working on a 49 F3 and also a 49 F5 fire truck. If we ever get warm here in the mid west i will post pics.
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Welcome to the board!!

For some great reading about a fire truck restoration please have a read through this thread. Keith has done an amazing job;
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...heetmetal.html

You'll probably get a few leads on parts from some of the guys on this site
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