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Classifieds » 1961 Galaxie and Starliner parts » November 24, 2020 9:13 am

ahshoe
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Short trunk lid $85,trunk lock complete with 2 keys $75,side stainless $45 and up depending on the piece,Starliner pillar base chrome trim $275, Victoria side glass,$25 a piece, Victoria pillar base trim $25 each,1/4 panel extensions $25 each, headlight assemblies 35 each. NOS eyebrow moldings $250 pair Starliner and Victoria garnish moldings $25 and up per piece,Several grills $100 and up, seats $25 and up,Steering column $75 ,Door glass, hardware $5 and up,1961 Starliner complete roof available can be cut off my parts car $850,clutch/brake pedal assembly with rod to pedal $185,Z bar with rod to clutch fork $150,tail panel aluminum pieces $85 and up per set,wiring $25, taillight assemblies $45 and up,many small items available and much more.Can send pics of anything to interested buyers.

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » Best quality weather strip full kit? » July 6, 2020 7:18 am

ahshoe
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Daniel Carpenter is good for Full Size Ford weatherstripping. Because they still make it in NC. But IMO not that much more Lots of overseas junk is what you will get out of their catalog. I could go on but won't.Anyway their WS is good

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » 62 Galaxie with PS and manual trans question » December 10, 2019 9:23 am

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I believe I got it figured out (390 by the way). I had originally routed the lines the wrong way over the upper control arm. Rerouted them last night under it and all seems to work. No steering wheel on this project yet so can't totally check right to left clearance. Thanks for the reply.

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » 62 Galaxie with PS and manual trans question » December 9, 2019 7:42 am

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Seems very difficult to get the stock (not Borgeson) PS hoses to work with the stock Z bar and clutch fork spring clearance and steer the car back and forth. Am I missing something or did they NEVER have a PS car with manual transmissions in 61 or 1962 ? I am using ALL NOS stock OEM parts, so just wondering.

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » Install gas tank » October 21, 2019 8:18 am

ahshoe
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That is why most ALL Galaxies in that era trunks rusted out.

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » Windsheild install » September 18, 2019 7:49 am

ahshoe
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Padded dash or just metal ? Mine was in the same situation as yours and I installed my complete metal dash first  then a new windshield with no concerns.

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » 1961 Starliner Headliner » June 18, 2019 7:01 am

ahshoe
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I can tell you that only the Starliner bows fit.All models are different

Full-size Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars » 1961 Parts Car Value - Country Sedan » June 13, 2019 7:21 am

ahshoe
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I can;t stand owners that want to sell a car and do not know what to ask for it. That is his job. Only he knows what he has in it cost wise,or what is worth to HIM. You won't offend him if HE has the price. Then you can ask yourself if that is too much for you to buy it from him or a great deal depending what your need for it is. Just ask him ..What do YOU want for it.That's the SELLERS job.then you won;t offend HIM .If you are not the buyer and just a friend  it is still best if HE states the asking price.  IMO

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