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1964 kenworth w925 narrow nose parts?

Posted By TommyIrish Sunday, February 05, 2012 4:22 AM
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What parts do you need? I have a couple early 60s for parts.

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Jake

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Jake Winn: 1963 Kenworth W923-SC350 5-4. Butterfly hood-fiberglass fenders, 1955 Minneapolis Moline GBD, 1957 John Deere 420U, 1952 Minneapolis Moline UTS

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i have a 1960 needle nose tilt hood, most the work has to be custom done, but sometimes you might find a butterfly hood that the grill and breathers as well as cab parts are exchangable.
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I see someone is mentioning another one of the great trucks lost.  I love seeing the narrow-nosed Kenworths of the 1950s.  When was the last one built liek that?  I know that the SAR truck that was also built by Kenworth was a high-sitting conventional. 

 If it doesn''t come with two sticks, how can it be a truck! 
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i have a 64 w925 i need to know were to get parts for it interior extiror anything

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