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It's time to play "Name That Part"
#1
I've been going through boxes of old parts that I packed away years ago, and though I labeled most everything, and tried to stay organized, I missed one and I have no Idea where they go (or do they even go on my car?)

Any guesses????

       

- Travis



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#2
Not recognizable from here, but they sure look like our era of Ford parts.

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73vertproject;126610 Wrote:Not recognizable from here, but they sure look like our era of Ford parts.

It's driving me crazy! I don't remember taking them off, but they were in one of my parts boxes.... sigh....

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#4
what else was in the parts box, maybe a clue to it's purpose, maybe it's part of another part
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#5
I'm thinking it might be part of the roll down quarter window hardware. I remember having something like that on my 73 convert, but I can't find a pictures that I took of that part. Just a guess.



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OLE PONY;126738 Wrote:I'm thinking it might be part of the roll down quarter window hardware. I remember having something like that on my 73 convert, but I can't find a pictures that I took of that part. Just a guess.

You might be on to something here!

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#7
Doug The Dog;126807 Wrote:
OLE PONY;126738 Wrote:I'm thinking it might be part of the roll down quarter window hardware. I remember having something like that on my 73 convert, but I can't find a pictures that I took of that part. Just a guess.

You might be on to something here!

I think the 1/4 window brackets were way bigger- these don't
ring a bell for me ?
Don
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#8
Part of the rear fold down seat brackets just to take a stab at it
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#9
Just flipped through my entire 1973 Body Assembly Manual, nothing that looks like those in there. Not in the quarter window assembly that I can see either.

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#10
I would name them... "Fred".

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