Northeast Ohio is a fairly spread out area, but I imagine that they could be found in any of the larger towns. I bought mine at a local hot rod/4x4 shop. I know there are 4x4 shops up in that area. You might try the yellow pages and I think you can even order them through Sears.
I've called everywhere I know in Clevleand and Akron with no luck so far. I need one for a '78 Chevy long bed, which nobody seems to stock. What's more, they don't seem to want to order one either. They DO desperately want to sell me a spray-in liner!
Hey 68coupe, is that '65 prairie bronze? Does it have a palomino interior? If so, can you send me pics of the interior? Either way, I'm sorry but I can't adopt you. Too many kids around here already (including me). I can adopt one or both of your cars, tho!
The color of the 65 is unknown. I was originally Vintage Burgundy, the great-grand PO (3 ago) changed the color. As for the interior, Palomino is what it appears to be (white from the factory), but it was trashed when I got it so the dash & pad, carpet, headliner have all been replaced with black. The things that haven't been changed yet are the doors and door panels, seats and rear interior qtrs.. It is a miss-match right now. Are you looking for something in particular? I may have a picture of someone elses car from my 'What color interior should I use?' collection...Dad.
Have you tried Summit? They've been steadily increasing their truck offerings the last couple years. Finding one for a '78 might be tougher than newer trucks as the demand is probably real low. I know that AutoZone, Parts America, and TSC used to order them for you. The reasons they want to go with the spray-on is 1) the around $400 price tag vs around $100 price tag for the set-in and 2) spray-on inventory is one-size fits all. They make more $ on spray-on any way you look at it. Have you tried the Columbus area? There are several places here in southwest OH that sell them.
You are a long ways away from here , however have you tried your local auto wreckers for a good used one.? I know you can still buy them new from your Ford dealers here as well as just about any auto store. The real olds ones I think were thickers though, not as plyable as these newer one.
You most likely do not have to be reminded of this but you should have a ground strap installed with any of these liners as well.May save your butt some day fill a jerry can in the box. Sorry, I forgot I was snooping in your forum, nice cars and nice shop.
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I am looking for help identifying a part for my 1966 Ford Mustang. It is a small piece on the passenger side inner fender next to the solonoid.
It has two screws into the inner fender. Then has a center bolt nut that two wires connect to.
The part broke in two. Trying to identify a part...
Mustang Club of Indianapolis is proud to announce their 39th Annual Mustang & All Ford Car Show. NEW LOCATION: Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds & Conference Complex, 1900 E. Main St. Danville, IN 46122. More room for everybody!
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