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Nos New Brown Padded Seat Cover Set Ford Truck F Model 100/350 1980/86 on 2040-parts.com

US $445.00
Location:

Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States

Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New

I think these covers are for an 80/86 truck. Standard Cab.

This is a NOS Ford Brown Padded seat  set. Bottom and back.

I do not know the part numbers.

I took pictures of the numbers on the back side of the covers but I do not know what they mean.

Off hand I do not know what it fits.

Check the shipping before you pay for the auction.

Ebay won't refund over payment fees once there paid.

I'll look it up a little later.

Pa address has to pay 6% Sales tax.

Buyer pays shipping. 

 I have thousands of NOS Ford parts. I am just starting to go through my parts and list them. If they don't sell, I'll put them away in inventory for later.

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