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1955 Ford Pickup Grill Trim, Gull Wings, F100, F250 Deluxe, Custom, Used, Rare on

US $19.55

Oxford, Indiana, US

Oxford, Indiana, US
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This is a decent used pair of trim pieces for a 1955 Ford pickup. They were used on the deluxe or custom cab models as an added accessory and dress up item for the grill and were only used on the 1955 model grill. This would be a nice pair to restore or with some minor work could be good enough for a daily driver truck. One piece is a little nicer than the other. One would need some straightening toward the tip on one end and the black painted blocks could be repainted. These are hard to find and will run around $200 new aftermarket.

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