64 Country Squire Parts

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  1. Kaminski45

    Kaminski45 New Member

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    I just bought a 64 Country Squire. Where is the best place to get correct parts for it? Mostly mechanical parts like brakes and fuel systems. Also what are the best books that I should get? I have a service manual coming and was wondering if there is anything else I should get.
     
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    OrthmannJ Hillbilly Deluxe

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    Welocme Kaminski45
    Sounds like a neat car you got. Is it in need of a full restoration? You say you have a manual on the way, is it a factory service manual or a Chilton's style?
    There are lots of resources out there for parts for fullsize FORDs of this era.
    I have used Mac's antique auto parts https://www.macsautoparts.com/
    And Dearborn classics https://www.dearbornclassics.com/?c...VFr3sCh0_xgNZEAAYASAAEgI2avD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
    There are lots of different options, but these are a couple that I have used a lot.
    Hope that helps.
     
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    It will need a full restoration. I have a factory service manual coming. I have looked at those websites and there are a little confusing as in they list parts for full size fords and not model specific. Is there a book or some kind of article that references what parts belong to what model?
     
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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    Greensalescompany.com sells microfiche parts catalogs, so you might want to check with them, see if they have a 1964 catalog. And your local library may have a microfiche reader. Also, they have people you can talk to about parts.
     

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