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Old 07-03-2007, 02:41 PM
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Hey Bill, would you ID this trans for me Sir? #1A-7006-A

Also aquired a nice looking Y-block. block # EVB-6015-C (maybe G) What displacement is that? Thanks. youdaman
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Old 07-05-2007, 06:27 PM
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Old 07-05-2007, 07:06 PM
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Hey Bill, would you ID this trans for me Sir? #1A-7006-A

Also aquired a nice looking Y-block. block # EVB-6015-C (maybe G) What displacement is that? Thanks. youdaman
7006 is the trans case, 7003 would be the trans assy.

1A -7006-A .. Transmission Case 3 S/T = 1949/54 Ford P/Car

EBV = 1955 F Series truck. The only ref's I have say either 239 or 256.
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:41 PM
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Hi sorry guys, can't seem to post new topic/ not sure how.

Bill, would you please tell me about my friends car?

It's a '57 ford 2 door vin# A7FG200563

Body-70B
Color-LE
Trim-AN
Prod code-25A5552B

Thank you very much, sir!
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:55 PM
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Hi sorry guys, can't seem to post new topic/ not sure how.
Go to the main forum page here...1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series Trucks - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
then click on the "New Thread" button that looks like this...



This isn't to say we can't help you here, but keep in mind what you're asking is 'off-topic' for a truck forum.
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Go to the main forum page here...1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series Trucks - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
then click on the "New Thread" button that looks like this...



This isn't to say we can't help you here, but keep in mind what you're asking is 'off-topic' for a truck forum.
Thanks, Wayne. Thing is, I don't know if its my browser or what, but I don't have a new thread button.

And I know I'm off topic, but I don't know how else to ask Bill a question as he doesn't accept pm's.

That's why I apologized first off.
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I've achieved fairly good results with NumberDammy by mailing him a signed blank check.He will(usually) mail to me a day and date, with a 4-hour window to call me.I then sit by the phone on the designated day,he won't leave a message,and he'll only dial once.If the Basset hounds need to go out,phone call over.


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Just a heads up that Bill hasn't been on since the 10th of this month, he maybe away.
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Just a heads up that Bill hasn't been on since the 10th of this month, he maybe away.
I noticed that too, Morris. Probably having to take another of those horrible "vacations" again.
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I'll give him a call.
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Product Code

Number Dummy, what does "product code 19G232005" mean on my vehicle id tag?

Also im trying to identify my rear end. I have a 1956 Panel. the numbers are L559758J03 and An LKG tag that says LKW Poroducts the 247479.

Hope you can help

Doug
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I think Numberdummy needs his own thread.
You know that may not be a bad idea.
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What is the original valve cover color for a 1962 Ford F100 unibody 223?
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