Had to use a mirror to read the numbers,
hope they are what you need.
I don't know which number is the part
number so here they all are.
These were read backwards and upside down
so I am not sure of my accuracy.
There was also a bar code on the sticker,
the part number may be encrypted in it.
I bet the parts guys at the Ford dealers
have those bar code scanners.
BULLITT chase scene recreated on rear dash
with Revell 1/25 scale 68 GT 390 Fastback and
68 Charger R/T metal body models. Unfortunately
the hub caps don't come off the Charger.
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Wow PY, that is a true fellow Bullitthead going out of your way to go and lay down under your Bullitt to get a part # for another Bullitthead! And even going in to get a mirror and all! My hat's off to you! (now where's my hat?) :lol:
If you ever have to replace the mud guard behind the passenger side front wheel, the part number is 1R3Z6310158AAN. It come black and includes most of the attatching hardware but not the two long pieces for the upper edge.
I just ripped my passenger side mud guard off today. Man I'm p*ssed!!!!
Part of the curb next to where I was parked was broken and was sticking out and I snagged it as I was pulling out. It scratched the heck out of the underside of it, but luckilly I was able to reattach it.
Yeah it sucks !! Fortunately for me mine was ALREADY BROKE when I bought the car !!! :evil: GRRR I took it to the dealership and sat for 2 hours while they were supposed to fix it but they never did :evil: (Greenway Ford in Orlando FL.) I was sooo P*ssed I didn't bother going back, they told me to come back the next week but they were giving me such a hassle about it I figured I was just gonna waste MORE time so I didn't bother ... I did super glue it together and then filled the inside with a hot glue gun ... worked pretty good...hardly noticeable except by ME cause I KNOW it's there !! :evil:
Joe Bullitt! I know what you mean when you
say your fix is not noticable except by you
because YOU KNOW it is there! I am the same
way too! Frustrating isn't it? One of my
rockers had just a slight scrape on the very
bottom. It was only visible if you were
directly under the car. It still drove me
nuts that it was there and the DHG touch up
paint that I had ordered couldn't arrive
quick enough! Are we insane?
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