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1937 Ford Grille without Crank Hole, Passenger Car
1937 Ford Grille without Crank Hole, Passenger Car

1937 Ford Grille without Crank Hole, Passenger Car

1937 Ford Model 78, 1937 Ford Model 74, 1937 Ford Sedan Delivery, 22.38" Overall Width, Steel

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1937 Ford Grille without Crank Hole, Passenger Car
1937 Ford Grille without Crank Hole, Passenger Car
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MFG. Part #:
91132321
Overall Width:
22.38"
Overall Height:
30.38"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
No crank hole.

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These superb quality grilles fit 1937 Ford passenger cars only. They are reproduced with the original crank hole filled in for a smooth look and come in a plain steel finish.

  • 1937 Ford passenger cars only
  • No crank hole for a smooth look
  • Plain steel finish
  • 11" wide at bottom
  • 22-3/8" wide at top
  • While laying on floor on four corners, the upper front center point is 11-3/8" from the floor
  • From a line between the upper rear corners to the front upper center point is 12-5/8"
  • Center front molding included (not chrome)
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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