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Old 08-28-2005, 12:34 AM
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Sheet metal 1937 pickup cab back rear detail

Hello: Looking for anyone that makes the lower rear cab sheet metal detail for a 1937 ford pick up truck. I have been hard at work on my Ford pickup and am left with the lower rear cab panel I could mud it in but would really like to find a replacement metal panel to weld in. I feel that even if it does not show I would like to know it is there as it is a neat thing about this truck.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I meet one guy at a meet that said a company called The Beadworks made them but have had no luck finding them.
Thanks Mike

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I don't know of any but try these guys.


Here are some cab corners on ebaY. The guy also claims to have cab rear panels too.
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Bingo!!!!!

Hello Willys36: Wow it took over a week to get one reply and I found one on the e-bay address you gave me. Thank you very much I had almost gave up on the idea of finding a metal replacement panel now my project can go forward the way I wanted to go.
I have ordered the part and promise to give a full report to this thread on the suitability of the part for the many veiwers that where interested it this inquiry.
I really looked for almost a year to find this panel and I should have come to Hotrodders Bulletin Board first. Way to go.
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Great opportunity to give us a project journal how-to!
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Hello Willys36: I am charging my digital camera battery's and will work on a project journal.
Thanks to you I have more wind in my sail.
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1937 ford pickup lower rear cab detail

Hello All: I have recieved the replacement panel and have installed. It was a good fit and looks just like original detail I am very happy with the results.
I took lots of pic's and will post them here in the near future.
Thanks for the great help.
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Great. I am anxious to see your pictures.
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