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Those of you restoring or repairing collision damage on an older truck know how hard it can be to find good condition rust free parts. Most salvage yards don't have many trucks, and when they do they tend to be picked clean (I know from experience)....
Mike's Truck Salvage
We Specialize In Rust Free Body Parts For Most Older Pickup Trucks.
Mid 1990s to as far back as possible.
Your best source for non rusted pickup truck sheet metal for over 30 years.
Let us take the hassles out of finding and delivering your truck parts.
From whole trucks to tail light chrome, no item is too large or small. Very competitive prices.
Check them out and be sure to let them know you saw them on Ford-Trucks.com! www.mtsalvage.com
Oh man are you going to be popular around here Welcome!
His: 01 F-250 Lariat, 7.3, ZF-6, NV271
Hers: 06 Freestar SEL 4.2l
79 Bronco Ranger XLT.. used be the driver, now waiting to become the project.
96 Grand Marquis LS... 25 mpg commuter
Thanks for the kind words, the plugs, the pats on the back, and everything else guys! It has been a great ride so far. I learn more about these old Fords every day. It's been a pleasure to serve in our Ford Truck Community and I look forward to continuing on for a very long time. Mike.
Hey Mike I purchased a cab from a 69 250 (blue/white) about 3-4 years ago, truck is finally in paint and will post the before and after photos once done. I try and recommend you as often as possible, you were fantastic to work with. Thanks
69 F100 SWB, 66 Fairlane GTA, , 2005 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate
Ford Oakville Assembly plant employee (Retired)
Ron, I sent you a private reply about the 51 fenders, let me know if you did not find it.
Sedley, sure we ship to Canada thru a freight company so it gets expensive on the large items. I also ship small items to Canada thru the post office and I can ship medium size items thru Fed Ex if you have an account with them to pay the duties. We also can meet you with the big items at border cities on the east coast such as Buffalo, NY.
Mackman, I will try to figure out how to copy your post into our transmission forum here on the web site. They should be able to help with your C6 trouble.
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