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Old 04-07-2007, 02:23 PM
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1947 Ford business coupe side trim?

I have a friend looking for some body side trim for a 1947 Ford business coupe.
Is there much difference between standard coupe and business coupe when it comes to the side trim?
I'll post in the wanted section also.
Thanks,Smokey

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The rear side trim on a business coupe is longer than a std coupe. The door trim is shorter. The rest is identical.

I have used std coupe trim on a business coupe by pushing it forward a bit and filling the exposed body hole in the rear. Few people would notice the difference.
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Hey Bob,
Thanks for the info. I don't know much about '47s I have a '34. From just talking to him a little while it almost looks to me like maybe he could find a pair of regular coupe rear trim easier than he may find one business coupe piece. Does that sound about right to you?
Thanks again and have a good one,Smokey
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