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Old 11-29-2009, 07:59 PM
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42'-47' grill

Hey all, I have a couple of questions. First of all My grill is in really rough shape, so I wonder if any of You in cyberland have a good or repairable 42-47' grill for a reasonable price they would like to sell Me? Or has any one here used one of the fiberglass replacement grills? And if so are You happy with it? I personally don't care for fiberglass, but I might go that route if need be. Thanks, Dan
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are you referring to the grille bars? or the full front panel? i have a picture of grille that i would part with in my gallery. (15 pieces) if this is what you are looking for, pm me.
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Where are you located? I might have a grille panel still. Ii have to check my stock of '42-'47 parts to see what the condition is
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Where are you located? I might have a grille panel still. Ii have to check my stock of '42-'47 parts to see what the condition is
Any chaance you have a a pair of front springs In your parts pile ? Im looking for a pair for my 47 truck

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46 Fordtruck, I'm in the upper peninsula of Michigan, a pretty far jaunt from You. Dan
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Here's some pics of My grill, I pretty much just need a bottom half to graft on.
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hell as far as straightness goes that looks way better than mine, but i may found the nicest virtually rust free one in central minnesota. I dont have a single bar thats straight in mine, it looks like it was punched in the mouth, but i like it that way.
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Dan, check out this one 46 47 1946 1947 FORD TRUCK GRILLE PANEL GRILL PICKUP:eBay Motors (item 150395793355 end time Dec-14-09 11:33:50 PST)
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Where are located?? I have a couple of rust free ones that need straightening but they are solid.
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Any chaance you have a a pair of front springs In your parts pile ? Im looking for a pair for my 47 truck

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Where are you at?? Have a set, changed over to a MII supension.
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Where are located?? I have a couple of rust free ones that need straightening but they are solid.
Thanks for the reply but I recently purchased one.
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Where are you at?? Have a set, changed over to a MII supension.

Im in MN what kind of shape and how much shipped to 56257

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Where in NM?? I might be able to drop them off, they seem to be good, no broken leafsa, all the clamps in place and the bushoing are fair,
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Sorry dislexic sometrimes, I don't get to Minnesota very often, will weigh them when I get home and PM you charges, no c harge for the springs. You'll just owe me a beer if I ever do go to MN.
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