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11-29-2003 01:56 AM
jalopy45 Yup, but change that to 40-47 cabs!!

This is the wrong section but BEE-Bops has front fenders, rear fenders, grille section and running boards, Carpenter has grille bars, Bob Drake has more trim parts and if you want to know more , e-mail me.
11-22-2003 05:52 AM
biglee55
located new ford p/u 42-46 cab corners

Hi All,
I finally found them cab corners everybody has been looking for. They fit 42-46 ford p/u. You can find them at , http://www.alfaparts.net/ford42.htm . or addy is , Wolf Steel
153 Scott Rd.
Franklin, VT. 05457
Tel: (450) 298-5078 Fax: (450) 298-5088

PS. Go figure. I've done fixed my cab corners,but thinking on maybe to replace the whole cab corner instead of just patching the holes like i did. Looks good the way I did it but be nice to have all new metal on the cab corner.
Hope this helps,
Biglee55

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