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Old 06-05-2005, 04:38 PM
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I need a view of the parts for the horn button on a 1950 Ford pickup, and where we can get them. We lost the parts when we painted it last year, and we dont know what it needs. If anyone can help it would be nice.

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Still need a view of how the horn button parts go together on the 50 Ford pickup. I cant find a view in my manual. Thanks for any help.
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Still need a view of how the horn button parts go together on the 50 Ford pickup. I cant find a view in my manual. Thanks for any help.
You are most likely going to need a parts illustration explosion from a FORD parts catalog. Many of these older FORD parts dealers actually use old parts book illustrations in their catalogs to sell the parts (help identify them).
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