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1942,46,47 Big Ford Truck Inner Fenders 3/4-1 1/2 Ton Trucks = Pair on 2040-parts.com

US $225.00
Location:

Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, United States

Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, United States
HAVE VERY LITTLE THRU RUST & SPLITS
Brand:FORD Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Make:FORD TRUCK Surface Finish:RUSTY,PAINT PATINA

 HERE is a pair of good usable inner fender panels  came off a  1946 1 1/2  ton  FORD truck. has light rust & bends need small repairs & sandblasting
   the 1st  4 pictures are the drivers side left.  the rest are passenger side right side. 5th & 6 picture small area rusted out easy repair. the price is for the pair . can call me with any questions.
                                                                      865/850-7807  RICHARD   thank you!!

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