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1938 1939 Ford Truck Outer Grille Trim Moulding Stainless Steel Oem 38 39 Grill on 2040-parts.com

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Eudora, Kansas, United States

Eudora, Kansas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Ford Placement on Vehicle:Front Part Type:Grille Components Surface Finish:stainless

38 39 Ford Outer Grille Trim Moulding - Polished Stainless Steel - Ford Pickup Truck. These are almost always gone! Very hard part to find. This one would be a good driver piece. Has dings and scuffs all over and some blue paint in spots. Can be fixed and polished for a nice new finish. OEM part.

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