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Old 01-07-2007, 09:29 PM
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Arrow Arizona's New Buying/Selling and Trading Thread

Chapter Buy/Sell/Trade Ads: Each chapter will have one (1) thread for chapter members to list items wanted, for sale or for trade. The rules for posting in this thread are as follows:
  • Only Ford truck related items and automotive tools & equipment can be listed.
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  • The buy/sell/trade thread will be purged periodically for old postings. Generally every 30 to 60 days.
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Archived AR Buy/Sell/Trade Ads,,, http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/75...trade-ads.html
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Old 01-03-2014, 02:34 PM
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Misc. F100 parts for sale locally

I have the following for sale. Make an offer or come out and peek.

Very nice set of '66 valve covers with rails straightened and painted silver.

Standard brand engine coil new in box.

3) 70's F100 steel wheels that fit over disc brakes. No dents or damage. 3-3/4 backspacing. 5.5 width

New alternator for stock setup/external regulator

Very nice Autolite 2100 carb with electric choke and electric dash pot. It comes with the factory spacer. Was rebuilt and never ran.

Factory 4 barrel spacer for Autolite 4100 carb.

Factory brake line that runs from master cylinder down to distribution block.

Pair of complete front drum brakes on spindles. Drums, shoes and wheel cylinders have 5000 miles on them. New bearings and races installed along with bearing caps.

Truck oil filter adapter

Bag of new plastic loop clips exactly like the factory used to hold underhood wiring harness in place. The clips have round tabs that fit through factory holes in inner fenders and such.

New older factory style battery hold down. It fits early '60's F100's.

Cruisomatic tranny and converter. Works fine and does not leak. Was rebuilt several years ago. Maybe 7000 miles on it.

I'm at 43rd Ave and Union Hills.
Thanks!
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Old 01-04-2014, 02:22 PM
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some of that stuff will sell good on Craigslist, Eric. so, whats the news on lowering your truck now?
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53-56 f100 rear fenders. Great shape. Awesome lookin patina. $300
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Old 01-04-2014, 04:15 PM
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some of that stuff will sell good on Craigslist, Eric. so, whats the news on lowering your truck now?
I thought about CL but I thought I'd try here first. So tired of the CL nut jobs. LOL! For right now I'm sticking with the stock beams and cut coils. I just came from Garbz and he gave me some ideas for future projects. The rear shocks need to be relocated up top to put them more vertical. Tossing around a rear rollpan or chrome bumper. Ordered custom reversed wheels from Wheels Vintique and awaiting their arrival. Front rims from you our at the powdercoaters. You coming up to Scottsdale next Saturday? I'll be installing the C6 but I'd like to get your beams back to you.
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Old 01-04-2014, 09:41 PM
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Next Saturday? i thought it was the 18th?
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Next Saturday? i thought it was the 18th?
Maybe Dave is confused?
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Old 01-14-2014, 08:31 PM
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Perhaps I can post about this here....
I am looking for a tilt steering column for an 87-91 f150 with manual. Also looking for a straight front lariat bumper for an 87-91 too.
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hey kris I don't know if you have or not but some advice in the 87-96 part of the forum there is a wanted part maybe you will find some things there.
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1996 F150 Eddie Bauer

**EDIT** After test driving some of the current crop of what passes for fullsized trucks, I decided that I REALLY REALLY like my old truck.....I think I'll keep it for another 18 years or so. Please feel free to delete this thread!

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I'm asking $4500 OBO. There aren't many Eddies left out there in this good of shape.
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Damn that's a nice looking truck.
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I have four new Cooper Trendsetter SE M&S tires in P235 75 R15 size.

They are currently mounted and need to be dismounted and put on your rims.

$200.00 bucks for the set of four.

Still have all the nubbins on them.

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WTB: a few items...
15in chrome rims, 15x8ish
visors from a '72
headliner trim (Found, thank you JEFFFAFA)

if you hear of someone parting out, I'd appreciate a point in the right direction
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