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Steel Original Reproduction 1932 Ford Radiator Grill Shell
Steel Original Reproduction 1932 Ford Radiator Grill Shell

Steel Original Reproduction 1932 Ford Radiator Grill Shell

1932 Ford Model B, Steel, Painted, 21.25" Overall Width, 32.00" Overall Height, 7.50" Depth

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Steel Original Reproduction 1932 Ford Radiator Grill Shell
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Steel Original Reproduction 1932 Ford Radiator Grill Shell
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  • Available in smooth hot rod style or stock original
  • Rodder shell has filled radiator cap opening and no crank hole
  • Original has radiator cap opening and crank hole
  • Use with our 911-32161 original or 911-32162 rubber insert

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MFG. Part #:
91132164
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
Overall Width:
21.25"
Overall Height:
32.00"
Depth:
7.50"
Inside Height:
22.25"
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Each

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  • Original style steel reproduction has radiator cap opening and crank hole
  • Use with our 911-32161 original style reproduction grille insert
  • Features pre-dimpled location points on both sides of shell for headlamp and horn conduit grommet hole locations¬†

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

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