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752/8C3 bits


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After a long battle with a stuck piston, I have won... now then I need 2 (two) other parts for this silly thing.. I am looking for the large Tag that goes on the door mine has been removed by someone else.... and the hinges... and she will be complete... Please help ..
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I have an extra door plate. Is it the big delco one on the outside of the door?
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YES SIR,... That is the one... Seems no one has made up any of these extra nice things.. I Know I need the decals on the side. GOOD luck finding any of those... I am pretty sure if I had a good picture of them I might be able to have a local print shop make up some.. but I just don't have much to work with....

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PM me when you get a few min, if you could please.. THANKS
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Abowman89 I hope my PM got to ya.. thanks again
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