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That's neat....I would be afraid to put them on my car since they're in such good original condition....I wouldn't want to mess 'em up. Cool though....
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Yea, I saw these listed on eBay the other day. I'm amazed that the rubber isn't cracked and brittle considering the age of the blades though. I guess they's be worth the $41 if a Thoroughbred needed only these to be complete.

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to make things complicated there are several types of blades used from 64.5-68(and onward). i would be a little skeptical of calling these NOS since they are in a later Ford box. the seller should have took a clearer picture of the metal part of the blades to better identify them.

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That's simply amazing to me that somebody would spend that much for wiper blades, originol or not. I hope it wasn't any of us VMFers, if so I didn't mean anything by it. :)
 

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Well, it is hard to find the metal type chrome wiper blades and the plastic ones from pep boys really look out of place on a classic Mustang. I don't think I would use them if I had them though. I guess for the right trailer queen car they would be a necessity. Anyone know of a good source of old-style aftermarket wiper blades?

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