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In Reply to: Re: 1953 Ford 950 Neutral Safety Switch posted by Jim Loveridge on Friday, January 31, 2014:
ahhh that makes total sense. Yes the guy I bought it from said it was a 950 but that it was a 1953. I guess it WAS pieced together. It does not have the tricycle front its got the two front tires. So 1953 is probably where the NAA cyclops emblem above the grill guard comes from. But even that is not correct since that is from 1954 (does not say Jubilee).
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