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Old 02-16-2014, 11:55 PM
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Get it for $500 and you can double your money quick by parting out. Panel specific parts are extremely hard to find. The front seats are made from unobtainium but that Panel has them. Check for the stock fuel tank. Also worth money. Last fuel tank I sold for $400.
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Havi , if parting out let me know . I will get you some $$ back with the purchsae of the Magic Air heater , controls , fresh air tube & etc. Thanks , Denny
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Speaking of Panels, I received a call back this morning from a yard that has two Panels. Once is mostly complete and the other is not. Going to look at them in a few weeks. Plus, the yard is filled with old Fords.
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Old 02-17-2014, 11:56 AM
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The one Michael turned you on to? So you must have tracked down the guy's son. Stu
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The one Michael turned you on to? So you must have tracked down the guy's son. Stu
Yup, that's the one. Thank you, Stu. The guy that is working on my Airflow knows and spoke with the current owner, which gives me a better "in" into the yard as it's not really open to the public anymore.
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Bob's was pretty sad, but the barn doors and complete roof found their way to my place. I'd guess that Bob escaped without taking a loss on his. I don't think at $450 you'd get hurt, even if you cut it up like Bob did. Stu
This is how the panel came to my shop and how it left, well not quite, I did strip more parts off of it before it took the first step to it's way to China. There wasn't much metal in the body, other than the roof and doors, there was mostly plastic mud on the bottom 1-2 feet of the body.
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Outstanding! We'll be needing a photo record. While we're hijacking, for those that weren't here at the beginning, here's my son's pic that started Ilya tracking them down. Stu

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Yup, that's the "incomplete" one. There's supposed to be another. Logistically, they're about 3 hours one-way away from me. However, my trailer will be loaded with the Airflow, but the truck bed will be partly empty (picking up some rear Panel doors and 16" wheels from another FTE member in that area). If a deal is struck for the complete Panel truck(s), I'll have to make trips back and forth.
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Well worth the effort. Good luck. Stu
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