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    Quote Originally Posted by 87GrandMarq View Post
    How much do you want for all those?


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    How are the ash tray doors? I repaired the doors on mine only to have the tab on the rear driver's side break. Stuck open again. I think the kids did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    How are the ash tray doors? I repaired the doors on mine only to have the tab on the rear driver's side break. Stuck open again. I think the kids did it.
    Rears are good I never used them p/s front is broken but I have a bunch of stuff from a car I parted out years ago may have a good one in there if you need.

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    Does it have the reinforcement supports on the subframe and top of the fenders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang Eddie View Post
    Rears are good I never used them p/s front is broken but I have a bunch of stuff from a car I parted out years ago may have a good one in there if you need.
    I’d like to have one. Just the door, or the entire door insert piece. PM me with details. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marquis_82_withneons View Post
    Does it have the reinforcement supports on the subframe and top of the fenders?
    Not sure what you need do you have pics.If it came on all these cars they are there car is mostly complete.

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    Do you have the main wiring harness snd the chassis harness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongDongJohnson View Post
    Do you have the main wiring harness snd the chassis harness?
    Actually I just need the chassis harness

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    I need the fender trims if you got the wide body strip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongDongJohnson View Post
    Actually I just need the chassis harness
    Have all the harnesses but not looking to disable the car right now will be pulling the engine out next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodentkiller View Post
    I need the fender trims if you got the wide body strip.
    You talking about the black molding on the fender that runs the length of the car, if so yes I have.

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    What I am talking about is the chrome fender trims only if you have the wide body strips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodentkiller View Post
    What I am talking about is the chrome fender trims only if you have the wide body strips.
    I have several different ones here.When I first got the car I ordered some from Ford that were wrong they were too short for my car, I assume these are the ones you need.You need for both fenders?

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    Yes the ones that fit the wide body strip please PM me so that I can give you an address to ship em to ok Mustang Eddie. Oh by the way thanks.

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    Does it have front/rear sway bars? I'd also need the control arms for the rear sway bar; actually, a complete set of rears to rebuild would save me some downtime.

    Not sure if it would be worthwhile with shipping, but interested if it's not too crazy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgreywolf View Post
    Does it have front/rear sway bars? I'd also need the control arms for the rear sway bar; actually, a complete set of rears to rebuild would save me some downtime.

    Not sure if it would be worthwhile with shipping, but interested if it's not too crazy).
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    Yes it does have sway bars. Can't take the control arms out until it goes to the junkyard which won't be until the end of March or sometime in April, need to be able to move it around.

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    I probably won't be under the car until June or July for major work, so there's no hurry. It's the logistics of getting them to Maine...if they're going to be hundreds of bucks to ship then I will look locally; I honestly haven't even called local junkyards yet. I'd rather buy on here so the money can stay in the Panther/old Ford community, and know whoever removed the parts knew which bits I'd end up needing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgreywolf View Post
    I probably won't be under the car until June or July for major work, so there's no hurry. It's the logistics of getting them to Maine...if they're going to be hundreds of bucks to ship then I will look locally; I honestly haven't even called local junkyards yet. I'd rather buy on here so the money can stay in the Panther/old Ford community, and know whoever removed the parts knew which bits I'd end up needing.
    Just ship the parts on Greyhound. Prices are reasonable. Local yards here suck, Have to deal with rusty parts too. ALL my parts come from out of State ! Even if shipping was a bit high, getting nice clean parts from out west is so much better. They look better when they are installed too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgreywolf View Post
    I probably won't be under the car until June or July for major work, so there's no hurry. It's the logistics of getting them to Maine...if they're going to be hundreds of bucks to ship then I will look locally; I honestly haven't even called local junkyards yet. I'd rather buy on here so the money can stay in the Panther/old Ford community, and know whoever removed the parts knew which bits I'd end up needing.
    Estimated cost looks to be about $50 to ship sway bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang Eddie View Post
    Estimated cost looks to be about $50 to ship sway bars.
    Sounds reasonable to me. If the front bar is the stock sedan size, I'd just want the rear. If it's bigger, I'd take the it too. Definitely want the rear control arms with the sway bar, especially because I can minimize down time by replacing those bushings before I put the car in the air (and probably take the time to get a few good coats of primer/paint on them too).

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