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  • #12494

    kid442
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    Wanted: Parts needed to finish my 1963 Jetfire
    Any help will be appreciated.
    Email: kid442w30@yahoo.com

    Must be in very nice or NOS.

    1. Pair of horns(still can’t get mine to work)
    2. Phillips head fender bolts(4)
    3. Curved bumper bolts ( the dummy ones on the side)
    4. Rocker panel ends(two sets)
    5. Need a better rear bumper ( I know I can get mine replated )
    6. Need a nice alum door sill
    7. Very nice arrow for the front of my fender (1)
    8. Very nice end of the trim on the quarter (1)

    #12496

    jensenracing77
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    I believe I have a set of nice horns. I had them for sale a while back and don’t remember selling them so they should be around. I will look for them tonight and see what I have.

    #12497

    kid442
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    Eric
    Great! Just send me a set of photos and I will take them.
    Ken

    #12504

    macf85
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    Ken,
    I could never find N.O.S. end bumper bolts. My originals self-destructed when I took my bumpers off. I ended up using ones I found at Restoration Specialties that were for either a 1937 or a 1939 DeSoto. Don’t know the part number, I lost the receipt for it. They have an oval shaped head that is a little longer than the original but has the same contour to fit around the rounded bumper end.

    Also, I got my horns working again by energizing them with a battery and tapping on them with a rubber mallet. Eventually they started blowing again.

    #12506

    kid442
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    Mac
    Thanks for the info. I will give that a try. I did see the bumper bolts in the catalog. When I go to Carlisle I will check them out.
    Ken

    #12723

    kid442
    Participant

    Still looking for parts.

    #12724

    jbkish
    Participant

    the horn works

    #12725

    kid442
    Participant

    JB what are you telling me?

    #12726

    JimNoel
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    Hi Ken,
    I have several door thresholds. What side do you wand (they are different) and in what condition, good driver? You can buy new mfg on eBay for $300+/pr.
    Jim

    #12727

    jbkish
    Participant

    “the horn works” is a restoration of your old horns # 608 361 0095 just type in the horn works the site will come up

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