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Ordered an original Radiator support yesterday from NPD for the '65 project (didn't want to chance a repro one in a place that wouldn't be easily replaced). The price had jumped to $120! When I asked why it had gone up from the catalog $80 price, I was told they only had 3 left. Are the originals now obsolete?

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Probably, since Ford has gotten out of the business and the aftermarket suppliers apparantly purchased their remaining stock.

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Get'em while you can. Ford obsoleted all "non-functional" classic parts last year. Sheet metal, trim items, the whole bunch, even some "functional" items just for giggles.

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1965 Conv:Street driven concours
1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
 
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