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US $89.00
Location:

Dedham, Massachusetts, US

Dedham, Massachusetts, US
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Hot Rod Model A 28-29 dropped headlight bar

Belmont's Rod & Custom is a privately owned speed shop that opened it's doors in Dedham, Ma in 1976. Owner Bill Belmont is a former Ford parts manager of 10 years and has had cars featured in numerous magazines such as Hot Rod, Rod and Custom and Street Rodder. Look for us in Hemmings Motor News where we've been selling for over 20 years.

For prompt response please call Bill with any questions at 781-326-3270. E-mails are not answered on a daily basis.

Store hours are: Monday through Friday 10 am to 5 pm and 6:15 pm to 8 pm Saturday 10 am to 2 pm

-Bill Belmont

All shipping prices are for the continental US. I will ship world wide but additional shipping charges will apply.

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