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Old 07-31-2010, 09:45 PM
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Attn: 63 Unibody owners

Look at this ebay listing, item number 270615899836
and this one 270615893974
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IsoGrifo, you have a P.M.
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Look at this ebay listing, item number 270615899836 and this one 270615893974
Robert....these mouldings are not a set.

C3TZ6629039B .. LEFT Quarter Panel (bedside) Moulding / 1963 F100/250 Uni ~ Use w/122" wheelbase (long bed).

The right side is C3TZ6629038B

I think you missed this info when you spoke with your dear friend.

The C3TZ grille fits ALL 1963 F100/750's not just Uni's.
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Only two of them are marked with this number. the other two I can't read clearly. Side by side it's obvious they are right and left. I checked and double checked.
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Only two of them are marked with this number. the other two I can't read clearly. Side by side it's obvious they are right and left. I checked and double checked.
Ok, but the only part number you listed was for the left side.

An ebayer (besides m1895winchester ) w/a parts catalog may point that out.
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You are right. Listing has been corrected.
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