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    Posted: 04-November-2020 at 5:37AM
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Does someone know where I can find wheel lip mouldings for my Ranchero? Are there vendors who sells them (reproduction) or where else could I look for them. No way to find them here in Europe Confused
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1956 Ford F100 - 272 cui
1967 Ford Mustang.- 289 cui
1971 Ford Ranchero 500 - 302 cui
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I don't believe they are reproduced any where. I have been looking for a set for 15 years for my 71.
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Originally posted by gregaba gregaba wrote:

I don't believe they are reproduced any where. I have been looking for a set for 15 years for my 71.
Greg

Thanks Greg. I feared, that they aren’t reproduced. I’ll keep looking.
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The bad thing is I had 7 sets I was saving back then.
The city got after me about my cars and I had to find a place for them.
My friend had a salvage yard 5 miles from me and let me park one of my 71 Rancheros there.
It had all my extra chrome and stainless pieces I had been saving from 9 or 10 cars that I had striped the trim off for years.
Well one year the crushers came by and crushed my car by mistake.
Roger said they were not suppose to crush that car but they did and it was to late.
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holy moly,

that’s incredible! So, never ever park your car on a scrap yard Cry
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