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Old 07-16-2006, 07:20 PM
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I have a 1974 maverick rear in my street rod, and would like to install a emergency brake but don't have the parts needed in the drum. Ford dealer no help and the wrecking yards in Jersey will not sell me any parts. Any help would be great . Thanks Joe

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Too bad you are not in the South ... lots of old Mavericks here ...

I like the 32 shown on your page ... looks nice ...

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Hey Deuce. It's nice that you know where to get the parts he needs. Why not help the guy out and get the parts he needs. UPS and money orders are great deal makers.
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Hey Deuce. It's nice that you know where to get the parts he needs. Why not help the guy out and get the parts he needs. UPS and money orders are great deal makers.
That kind of WHY I put the photos up ...
I have the guys with the parts phone number ...
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Too bad you are not in the South ... lots of old Mavericks here ...
And the junkyards will actually sell you parts, although they probably won't let you use the restroom.
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[QUOTE=Deuce] That kind of WHY I put the photos up ...
I have the guys with the parts phone number ...

Deuce, If you have that phone number I would like to contact the guy. Thanks on the 32 roadster. This is the third rod I have owed and without a doubt the one I am having the most fun with. Joe
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