'67-'72 bumpside parts

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:48 am

david_taylor09 wrote:do you still have a set of towing mirrors? could you send pictures please?

I sold the 3rd set I came across a few weeks ago. The only set I have left is on a set of doors off a '70. They're decent, but have some surface rust on the chrome, brackets are a little crusty.
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby gilbo72ford » Sat Mar 04, 2017 2:35 pm

Anything on a long wheel base truck bed for a F -100? 72 Styleside thanks

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Mon Mar 20, 2017 2:08 pm

I've got a long bed still on a frame- just robbed the cab and front clip to put on a short bed frame and box to build my next project. The long box is decent on the outside, does have a few small dents and a few spots of rust starting to peek through, the floor is absolutely toast. Might work for a driver ok. It's full of all the parts from the truck I'm building, so might be a parts bin for a short while yet..
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby jason83744 » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:44 pm

Do you still have a good set of drip rail trim?

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:17 pm

Ok guys- here's the deal. I used to frequent this site pretty regularly a few years ago- got sidetracked by life and other projects, now I'm finally getting back to building my '67. It was a standard cab long bed no option base that my Grandfather bought new; soon it'll be a short bed CV front-Explorer rear swap with all the bells and whistles. I've been cabbaging onto parts for the bumps for several years to make sure I had everything needed for this build. Now that it's in the build process I'll have tons of parts that won't be used, thus for sale. Much of the stuff originally listed when I first posted this has been sold, but a lot more has accumulated. I don't have much in the line of body parts left short of a pair of '68 doors, a hood, a long bed box needing a floor, and a long bed 2wd rolling frame, but I do have tons of chrome, emblems, glass, trim, dashes, columns, etc. I'll try to get an updated list this coming weekend and see if I can't get some of it sold- I have a paint job to pay for! Let me know if there is something you need and I can dig around for it. Thanks
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby DisneysPatB » Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:12 pm

70' rear sliding glass?
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby brkdncr » Tue Apr 11, 2017 6:34 pm

where are you at? I want to convert my '69 with floor shifter power steering to column shift. I have no idea what's needed, but i think i need to start with a steering column.

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:23 pm

If you have power steering now, you'll need the a/m column which is shorter, and the shift linkage to connect it to your trans. I've got 3 or 4 a/m columns and I think a couple are the p/s that you'd need. I'm located just north of Cedar Rapids Iowa.
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:24 pm

I've only got 1 sliding rear that I can think of, and it's going into my current '67 build. If I come across any others I'll let you know.
1967 F100 52,000 orig miles- current CV swap and drop, shortbed conv
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'59 Fairlane
'48 F1
'39 Ford
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby DisneysPatB » Thu Apr 13, 2017 4:52 pm

knucklejs wrote:I've only got 1 sliding rear that I can think of, and it's going into my current '67 build. If I come across any others I'll let you know.

OK Thanks. What other parts do you have left?
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:51 am

That's just it- I need to re-inventory and see what I'm using on this current build first- the rest will get sold. I know I've got a lot of chrome; drip rails, windshield, back glass, dash chrome, emblems, markers, etc; still have 3-4 chrome grills and headlight buckets, 1 or 2 painted grills, glass, seats, steering columns, a long bed rolling frame with box, 3 speed trans column shift with 50K on it, rear 9" axles, 12-14 dash clusters, glove box doors, heater controls, ash trays, dash controls, headliners with chrome and painted trims, visors, at least 1 decent hood, possibly a tailgate, fuel tanks, complete power steering set-up with the pump, lines, sector, column and brackets, 2 or 3 steering gears, cross members, floor covers, bumpers, FE air cleaner assembly .... That's just off the top of my head from being down to the barn this weekend. I've got 3 or 4 pallet boxes of stuff yet to go through. :hmm:
1967 F100 52,000 orig miles- current CV swap and drop, shortbed conv
4 '65-'66 mustangs
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'59 Fairlane
'48 F1
'39 Ford
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1 VERY understanding wife!!!

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby DisneysPatB » Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:22 am

knucklejs wrote:That's just it- I need to re-inventory and see what I'm using on this current build first- the rest will get sold. I know I've got a lot of chrome; drip rails, windshield, back glass, dash chrome, emblems, markers, etc; still have 3-4 chrome grills and headlight buckets, 1 or 2 painted grills, glass, seats, steering columns, a long bed rolling frame with box, 3 speed trans column shift with 50K on it, rear 9" axles, 12-14 dash clusters, glove box doors, heater controls, ash trays, dash controls, headliners with chrome and painted trims, visors, at least 1 decent hood, possibly a tailgate, fuel tanks, complete power steering set-up with the pump, lines, sector, column and brackets, 2 or 3 steering gears, cross members, floor covers, bumpers, FE air cleaner assembly .... That's just off the top of my head from being down to the barn this weekend. I've got 3 or 4 pallet boxes of stuff yet to go through. :hmm:
PM me when you get your inventory, hot items I saw from what you listed would be headliner and chrome trim for my beast, as well as the glass if it is clean.......
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby 68rookie » Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:11 pm

knucklejs wrote:If you have power steering now, you'll need the a/m column which is shorter, and the shift linkage to connect it to your trans. I've got 3 or 4 a/m columns and I think a couple are the p/s that you'd need. I'm located just north of Cedar Rapids Iowa.


So if my truck has manual steering now and I want to put Power Steering in it, would one of your columns work if I were to put the Ford/Saginaw power steering gear in? From what I think I've learned, if I put the Saginaw power steering gear in I would have to shorten the column I currently have.
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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby knucklejs » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:23 pm

I need to dig it out, but I've got a complete set up- the column and brackets, steering gear, pump and hoses, and brackets- basically a complete set up. I think it was from an automatic truck, but I think I've got a p/s manual column as well..
1967 F100 52,000 orig miles- current CV swap and drop, shortbed conv
4 '65-'66 mustangs
2 '65 Galaxies
'59 Fairlane
'48 F1
'39 Ford
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1 VERY understanding wife!!!

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Re: '67-'72 bumpside parts

Postby DisneysPatB » Tue Apr 25, 2017 5:53 pm

In addition to headliner and chrome, and windshield, a radio bezel if at all possible. Also can I see pictures of the seats you have?
1970 F250 390 C6 - Project - Currently not running.
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