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Old 05-15-2013, 04:33 PM
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All these mouldings are repro'd by Carpenter, upper side mouldings without vinyl inserts not listed, as they are not repro'd.
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thanks but no luck there either..hard to find
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I've got a complete set off a 73. The box section is a little beat up so if any of the clips are good their easy enough to mail. I'll look tomorrow see how many of the clips are good.
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That would be great.
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Theirs only like 2 maybe 3 and then the one clip that has the stud & nut that are any good.
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Thanks.Is the drivers box section ok.I plan to work on all the pieces to make them look new again.I f you can email a pic to colinbl@hotmail.com.
Having a problem posting pictures on this forum..Would love to show you the progress.It will be a show truck soon.
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The PO used a couple self tapping screws to hold the bed sections on so they each have a nice hole in them
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lol..thats to bad .Big thanks anyways.Apreciate the help
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Thanks.Is the drivers box section ok.I plan to work on all the pieces to make them look new again.I f you can email a pic to colinbl@hotmail.com.
Having a problem posting pictures on this forum..Would love to show you the progress.It will be a show truck soon.
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Summerwild, to post pics the easiest way it to upload them to Photobucket, then post the image link in your posts.
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