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Speedway 1932 Ford Stainless Grille Insert, Chopped 4-1/2 Inches
Speedway 1932 Ford Stainless Grille Insert, Chopped 4-1/2 Inches

32 FORD GRILLE INSERT-CHOPPED

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Speedway 1932 Ford Stainless Grille Insert, Chopped 4-1/2 Inches
32 FORD GRILLE INSERT-CHOPPED
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  • This product is discontinued.
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This is garage sale priced because a few of the bars are not in the frame.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

This fully polished stainless steel 1932 Ford Lo-Boy grille insert is chopped 4-1/2" and has no crank hole. 23" tall and 17.5" at the widest point.  Please note that this insert is provided to be applicable and used in conjunction with the chopped grill shell # 974-51532 only.   Fitment is not guaranteed for any other grill shell application or brand other than # 974-51532

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Chopped 4-1/2" to fit 1932 Lo-Boy fiberglass grille shell #97451532

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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