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Hot!FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE

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2021/01/28 12:36:06 (permalink)
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FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE

If anyone has front and rear lamps, LH rear guard, plus one door glass (LH front from memory), RH Dash Gauge, Horn Button Assy, please advise,
Im on the Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne 04031-64031
cheers
Bernie

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    escortinadriver
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    Re: FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE 2021/01/28 14:31:03 (permalink)
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    Try yesterford in Bayswater.

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    Re: FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE 2021/01/28 14:41:05 (permalink)
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    thanks for that

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    Re: FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE 2021/01/30 13:44:15 (permalink)
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    Glass can be cut and tempered by a glass company. The window is flat so makes it simple to copy.
    I have a perfect 300e van in line for some hotrod treatment in the future. Are you restoring it to original or going upgrade spec with it?
    post edited by martymexico - 2021/01/30 13:50:33
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    Re: FORD PREFECT 100E PARTS NEEDED PLEASE 2021/01/30 14:34:32 (permalink)
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    Thanks Marty for reminding me the advantage of flat glass !
     
    I think like most of my fleet, original is the way to go, for preservation and expediency; its only original once !
    May have to sell the 100E as is as I have far too many "irons in the fire" and the 1937 Oldsmobile Straight 8 should get preference given it's an Australian Body and the 4th off the line and I was given it complete, along with 1937 Vitreous Enamel 5 digit Licence plates, too many years ago to confess!  All Ive done in all those years was rebuild the Engine without re-installing, and fit 4 new tyres.  The engine purred at 200 rpm at idle !
     
    The Prefect 100E has had a fully reco engine fitted and was abandoned even before I got the Olds due to a failure of Clutch or Gbox or both. I dont believe the engine has seen an more than an hour's work!  Possibly the hit in the rear may have precipitated its abandonment ?

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