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      I recently acquired a bunch of old Ford parts. I can't find these in my catalogues. Can anyone help me identify?

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      Welcome Alfred to the VFF!
      2 1930 Tudors

      Henry Ford said
      "It's all nuts and bolts"


      Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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        Hey Alfred, WELCOME to the VFF!!

        I don't recognize those from any Ford product that I played with in the past. Now, that is not to say they aren't from a Ford, just I don't remember them being from a Ford I know of.
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        We grow old because we stop playing ...
        NEVER Be The First To Get Old!" Pilfered from the MAFC SA Newsletter

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          These arts don't look like anything I am familiar with after working on a 1933 ford. Yet, you should Get the Mac's catalogue for the early fords and model A's too. Sometimes looking thru a catalog like Mac's that has pictrures can help you ID a part.
          Last edited by ClaudeC; 04-12-2018, 03:54 PM.

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