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larryh

12-03-2018 17:22:09




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cleaning a old building found a ton of old ford nos parts including original dextafront emblems




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marcusmerritt

12-08-2018 10:56:31




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to larryh, 12-03-2018 17:22:09  
It's easy for a sign shop to generate a tractor decal so long as they have a digital file to print from. Once again, I make the offer to generate such a file if someone can provide a pic of a decal to match and dimensions the decal needs to be.



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marcusmerritt

12-04-2018 14:59:06




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to larryh, 12-03-2018 17:22:09  
If someone can email me a decent photo of the decal and dimensions of its length/height, I can probably generate a pdf file that your local sign shop can print or cut out of vinyl. No charge. Not sure where you find my email so here it is: marcusmerritt@comcast.net.



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Bern

12-04-2018 20:24:37




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to marcusmerritt, 12-04-2018 14:59:06  
Pre '65 6000 tractors used an emblem on the hood, not a decal. That said, if I couldn't find the emblem, I'd have a decal made - it's easy for any good sign shop to do.



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Larry NCKS

12-03-2018 18:51:51




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to larryh, 12-03-2018 17:22:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see Ditto what Bern said. Also be great to know where they are.



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Bern

12-03-2018 18:40:32




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to larryh, 12-03-2018 17:22:09  
A list of some sort would be nice. Got any 6000 parts?



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larryh

12-08-2018 10:47:07




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to Bern, 12-03-2018 18:40:32  
a ton of water pumps---fuel pumps----pto shafts---regulators ---sleeves --valves ---rings----brake shoes--email with needs mostly fit pre 1964



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welding man

12-04-2018 04:56:30




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to Bern, 12-03-2018 18:40:32  
Bern do you know of a source for the 6000 emblems on the sides of the hood? I found a NOS set for a Gas a while back in Penn, but can't even come up with a decent used set for a diesel. What about the white seat also? I had mine out for a spin Sunday and am really thinking about starting the restoration on it this winter. Mine was one of the original Red recalls. I intend to put it back that way.

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IanC

12-04-2018 06:45:27




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to welding man, 12-04-2018 04:56:30  
It would probably be expensive, but if you have a somewhat decent one see about somebody scanning and 3D printing you some.



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Bern

12-04-2018 05:37:15




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 Re: ford nos parts in reply to welding man, 12-04-2018 04:56:30  
My 6000 is a Commander, which uses decals. I had a set made for me by a local sign shop - they came out pretty nice. I would have no idea where to find the older 6000 emblems other than wrecking yards.

As for the seat, I plan to visit my local upholstery shop when the time comes. The engine is my priority right now.



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