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Old April 1st, 2008, 08:55 PM   #1
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i got a few parts lying around from a ranger need some money

95-97 radiator support $75 o.b.o.

01-08 headlight mounting panel $50 o.b.o.

93-08 passenger door(sold)

05 mustang GT rims 17" grey/silver lip 5 on 4.5" with 245/45/17 BFG comp t/as $450 o.b.o. or trade for a set of decent 35s"

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Old April 5th, 2008, 10:02 AM   #2
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is the header panel fiberglass or plastic?
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im not sure i thought they were all fiberglass, thanks for lookin
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im not sure i thought they were all fiberglass, thanks for lookin
some of the aftermarket ones are made out of plastic, they are cheap and break really easy.

you should be able to tell by looking at the back of it.


what other parts do you have, i need a bumper and passenger side headlight.
i also need fenders and a hood, but those can wait for now.
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some of the aftermarket ones are made out of plastic, they are cheap and break really easy.

you should be able to tell by looking at the back of it.


what other parts do you have, i need a bumper and passenger side headlight.
i also need fenders and a hood, but those can wait for now.
the stuff i have posted is all i have leftover from putting mine back together, sorry i couldnt help ya out

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