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    Posted: 29-April-2012 at 11:26AM
I just brought home a truckload of NOS Ford parts still in their original packaging. How do I decipher the part numbers to figure out what they are? Some are ID'd with pen, but others are not. Everything, however, has a FOMOCO part number except the racing parts.

Partial listing:

9 inch rear seals and bearings
Engine bearings
External oil coolers and parts
Remote oil filter adapters
Holley parts
Complete box of every size of Holley jets!
U-Joints
Transmission parts (both automatic and manual)
Oil pans
Big Block parts
Small Block parts
Engine parts (small items like oil sending tubes, springs, etc)
Manuals
Window glass
And so on...

If anything that I cannot use can be of use to any of you, I will be happy to share the parts for free. Honestly, I have $20 in all of it and would like to figure what it all is, in order to spread the good fortune.

Edited by unlovedford - 29-April-2012 at 11:28AM
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