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  1. weskerbe
    12-03-2017 05:28 AM - permalink
    Hi PanelMan,

    I try to find information About the Ford Fire extinguisher for a personal historic about Ford.

    You post few years ago a nice picture of the pub of the optional fire extinguisher.

    Do you think it's possible to send me at [email protected]

    She is not visible again on the forum.

    Thank you for your help !

    A ford fan
  2. Aaron McT
    06-09-2017 11:44 AM - permalink
    Aaron McT

    I recently read a post you made in the "223 performance" thread in which you mentioned that you have a Nicson and a Fenton intake for sale for these engines. That post was from last year, but I thought I'd see if by any chance you still have those items around. If so, please feel free to shoot me an email - [email protected]. And thanks for all the informative posts you've made on this site!

  3. hotrodz
    04-14-2016 09:45 PM - permalink
    Hi PanelMan,

    I am new to the club. Rod from Kelowna BC Canada. I have rcently purhased a 51 Panel, less engine and tranny. In trying to find numbers for registration, I have found the following: on frame *F1R1CH21100* F-1, V8, 1951, Chicago, ad series number, can I assume the series number is unique to this vehicle? Also on the fire wall on the drivers side just below the drip rail, there is a series of letters and number stamped in larger font, OHSC17DGX31. Do these number reference anything? Over the original paint (green) there is primer and paint, but on the repainted rear bumper there are some stenciled letters showing through (not yet clear enough to read). Thanks in advance. Rod
  4. ghalperin
    04-01-2016 11:36 PM - permalink
    I have a 52 M3 and need a few parts: wing window glass, rear glass, passenger mirror, tail light assembly, rear bumper (stock or utility)

    I'm in SoCal.
    [email protected]
  5. fastbacktill
    02-12-2016 09:49 AM - permalink
    Just bought one from a guy here in Tennessee that has several old ford and chevrolet trucks. Less than an hour from me. Oh what's often in your own back yard ! Thanks anyway. JP
  6. SirTalos
    02-09-2016 09:17 PM - permalink
    Hello Panelman I am looking for some 1951 F1 running boards.. Thanks
  7. fastbacktill
    02-08-2016 07:59 AM - permalink
    Hello. Just curious...have you had a chance to look around?
    Thanks ! !
  8. fastbacktill
    02-02-2016 08:25 AM - permalink
    Looking for an ashtray for my 51. I'll buy the whole assembly, however I really just need the dash bracket and box. I've got the cover panel and chrome trim.
  9. flat48f2
    01-13-2016 07:25 PM - permalink
    Looking for a front leaf spring for a 48 F2
  10. greg rich
    12-26-2015 09:57 PM - permalink
    greg rich
    It seems you are up on F series fords. I am restoring a 51 f3 wrecker, I have come to the long bed stake pockets. Can't find any. I may be able to repair the one I have but it will be a job. I have one off the other is worse. Just hoping you would know of some place I could find 2 rear ones. Thanks

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  • About 51PanelMan
    San Jose, CA
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    F-1 through F-8
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    1951 Ford Panel
    1952 Ford Panel
    1937 Chrysler Airflow C17
    ...and way too many Bonus Built/Economy Built parts...


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