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My trim code is AB....you tell me which its supposed to be...that code was used on 4 different variations of setups between E and F series.

LOL....the only way one would get the correct material is if, A, the original seat was in there, or B, one had a good memory and remembered the pattern...of which I do.
AB (#1) F100/600 Custom Cabs: Medium Blue Crush Vinyl & Medium Blue Check Stripe Woven Plastic.

AB (#2) F100/1100 & N/NT/T500/1000 Custom Cabs: Medium Blue Crush Vinyl & Medium Blue Cody Pattern Woven Plastic.

If in doubt, don't scream and shout, cuz I have the factory trim catalog that has photos of all the upholstery swatches...in color.
 
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scream and shout...LOL...kinda like twist n shout No...I know its #2...it seems for whatever reason Ford changed the insert material late in the 65 model year run for blue, beige and green....the insert pattern is the same as the 66 pattern...confusing...unless as I said prior, you have the original seat or remember the pattern...


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B7C1433A .. Spare Tire Carrier / Obsolete

Fits: 1957/79 F100 & 1975/79 F150 Flareside w/Left Side Mounted Spare.

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS has ONE = 704-786-8139.

Now...all you need is the left rear fender w/the cutout (B7C16313B), or...do you already have it?

Thanks Bill, there are officially none left available in the country now...this one is on it's way to my house as of 5 min ago. They only wanted $75 which I thought was more than fair considering the scarcity of said part.
 
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19.5" wheels available on F250s through 1966, if I'm not mistaken.
 
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And 17" wheels were available on F100's during the same time period.

1961/66: In order to use 19.5" wheels on F250 2WD's and 17" wheels on F100 2WD's, you have to use 4WD/F350 front fenders.

2WD fenders have a 36" opening radius, 4WD/F350 fenders have a 45" opening raadius.
 
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i think they are all rare
 
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And 17" wheels were available on F100's during the same time period.

1961/66: In order to use 19.5" wheels on F250 2WD's and 17" wheels on F100 2WD's, you have to use 4WD/F350 front fenders.

2WD fenders have a 36" opening radius, 4WD/F350 fenders have a 45" opening raadius.
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And 17" wheels were available on F100's during the same time period.

1961/66: In order to use 19.5" wheels on F250 2WD's and 17" wheels on F100 2WD's, you have to use 4WD/F350 front fenders.

2WD fenders have a 36" opening radius, 4WD/F350 fenders have a 45" opening raadius.
Huh, that's interesting. I only knew about the wheels since I had bought a 1967 F250 4X4 in 1999. It had six 19.5" wheels, stamped Firestone and '58 on some, '59 on others. I researched and found out about their optional status. Can't remember when they were first offered, 1957??

I sold them to a fellow who had restored a 1964 F250 4X4 with the 19.5" wheels. He also had a 1964 Mercury M250 (is that the correct model number?) 4X4 that he was going to restore and wanted the wheels for it.
 
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Originally Posted by camperspecial65 View Post
scream and shout...LOL...kinda like twist n shout No...I know its #2...it seems for whatever reason Ford changed the insert material late in the 65 model year run for blue, beige and green....the insert pattern is the same as the 66 pattern...confusing...unless as I said prior, you have the original seat or remember the pattern...


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"Twist and Shout" charted for The Beatles in '64. This song previously charted for the Top Notes in '61 and the Isley Brothers in '62.
The Isley Brother's Version is the one The Beatles emulated. The Beatles used this to end many of their early live performances. It was alway's a huge hit when they played it in concert, and was chosen as their opening song at their Shea Stadium performance on August 15, 1965 - the first Rock concert held in a stadium. (Almost exactly 29 year's before I was born on August 16th, '94) In 1986, this song charted again (at #23) when it was used in the movie Ferris Bueller's Day off. This was the first hit song written by Bert Berns. He went on to write songs for The Drifters, Ben E. King, and Van Morrison. He died of a heart attack in 1967.
This song was on their "Please, Please Me" album.
 
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Huh, that's interesting. I only knew about the wheels since I had bought a 1967 F250 4X4 in 1999. It had six 19.5" wheels, stamped Firestone and '58 on some, '59 on others. I researched and found out about their optional status. Can't remember when they were first offered, 1957??
B6D1015B .. 19.5" x 5.25" Wheel ~ 8 lug, 6.50" bolt circle pattern / Marked: 71410 / Original applications: 1956/66 F250.
 
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how rare would a 1964 ford f-250 4x4 long bed step side be. i know where there is one thats pretty solid.. i want to buy it when i have some spendin cash.
 
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how rare would a 1964 ford f-250 4x4 long bed step side be. i know where there is one thats pretty solid.. i want to buy it when i have some spendin cash.
1964 F250 Flareside 4WD: 1,028 were assembled.
 
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wow thats rare then, i think i better go buy it before somebody else find out about it.. the truck is real solid, thats what turned me on to it..

do you have f-250 4x4 #'s for 65's and 66's.. cause he has another one thats pretty rough, it's a 65 or 66 i'm not sure..
 
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Just be sure to check its VIN...it would read F26C...... The C means a 292 engine...but the F26 denotes a 4WD 3/4 ton and F11 denotes a 1/2 ton 4WD



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