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1939 ford deluxe parts question.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1950-mercury, Nov 24, 2012.

  1. 1950-mercury
    Joined: Mar 20, 2011
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    I have a chance to get some parts off of what is left of a 39 ford deluxe. My question is are the hoods something worth getting? Also what about the cowl or dash? Any help is appreciated!! Thanks in advance.

    -Mike

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  2. genosslk
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    I'd like to have the dash trim piece that is between the two gauges, and the bracket that mounts the windshield crank. Please write me if you're interested in selling them.
     
  3. I'd be interested in the radiator and steering wheel and steering column.


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  4. 38standard
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    from il.

    I see lot's of part's worth saving, you already got someone wanting part's
     

  5. mastergun1980
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    Hood - Dash - Hell just take it all if you can
     
  6. Old Tin and New Tin
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    It all has value, dash, hood, remaining stainless trim, banjo wheel and column. Good swap meet material. John Heinzman, Heinzman Street Rods up there might be interested in the frame if you get it. Shame to see it there rusting away or even worse if it just got crushed.
     
  7. eberhama
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    Lots of good stuff there. banjo wheel, round back spindles, '39 pedal set-up, add on heater. Allthough it doesn't look like much, I bet if you took your time and parted it down to the nuts and bolts, there'd be over a grand worth of stuff there.
     
  8. kennkat
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    SAVE IT ALL, go from there...:):):):):):) in my opinion.:)
     
  9. George G
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  10. greazy john
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    save it all, i see many sellable parts
     
  11. 4dFord/SC
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    Post this on the Fordbarn and you'll stir up a hornet's nest:)
     
  12. mongo51
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    Man brother your finding all the kool stuff. Diff a lot of useable parts there. If you dont take it ill haul it back in a couple weeks when i come up
     
  13. Going by the L/H exhaust,what was this 39 used as? Cool find and plenty of good stuff to be had. JW
     
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  14. Race City Rodz
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    Grab the whole enchilada! Sell off the parts. Definitely Ford Barn first, then here.
     
  15. 1950-mercury
    Joined: Mar 20, 2011
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    It was on a farm, and he said it was a 39 4 door turned into a hay rake, or something like that. He said he remembers when this was a whole car.
     
  16. I would be interested in the long piece of stainless across the top of the dash....
     
  17. ems customer service
    Joined: Nov 15, 2006
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    2nd that 3rd that 4th that
     
  18. If I were you I would offer to haul it off,,a lot of good parts are there,,including spindles and shocks. HRP
     
  19. duste01
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    I could use an affordable heater, which is there and intact...take what you can get.
     

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