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Old (very) Ford parts

Posted by Tryin2Grow (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 16, 05 at 17:47

Have a friend who thinks I know how to find out lots of info on computer, & since I don't, can any of you car enthusiasts direct me to a site for old Ford parts?

Specifically a radio and other accessories for a 1937 sedan.


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RE: Old (very) Ford parts

This company may be able to help. Their site says they go back to 1950, but they may be able to tell you who would have what you need.

Here is a link that might be useful: Green Sales Company

RE: Old (very) Ford parts

I would suggest investing some time and finding a good forum for enthusiasts of 1930-1940's Fords. This might take a little searching, but these groups are often in tune with the best sources for reproduction or available parts for thier cars.

I haven't been on the forum that I linked to, because I didn't feel like registering and I'm into Pontiacs but it looks promising.

Depending on the popularity of the model he's got there may be no reproduction parts readily available which makes the search more difficult.

You could always search ebay. It never ceases to amaze me what you can find there.

Good luck

Here is a link that might be useful: ford forum

RE: Old (very) Ford parts

radios - 1933 Ford LOUISVILLE, KY
FORD radios from 1933 to 1948, 1933-34 glovebox, $525; 1934 ashtray, $725; 1935-36-37, $425; 1935-36-37 open car, $525; 1939, $525; 1940, $525; 1941, $525; 1946-48, $425; I will take your radio in trade. 502-895-2779, KY. Category: Collector Date Posted: 05/20/05

RE: Old (very) Ford parts

Thanks all for taking your time to help me.
The sites look promising.
If not for this car, maybe his others. of the posters on your site is actully within an hour of him.

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