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Old 08-16-2017, 09:23 PM
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On the driver's side of the F-4 flatbed. But maybe it's just a shadow?
At first I thought you were talking about the 56 until I noticed the crease on the 49
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Wish I would have started out with something that good...........
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I kind of wish I had that 56 within closer range..
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Glad to see you got it. If you decide to part it out I am interested in the heater unit and defrost ducts. Thanks Greg.
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If you are considering parting with the steering wheel, please let me know.
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