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Old 12-17-2014, 07:09 PM   #6
Willit Stop
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Default Re: Locksmith needed!

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I've been down the same road.I found an old school locksmith that could make a key by "impression" but the problem was finding a blank.It has to be the correct length, height,width and have the grooves in the right places.Mac's sells them for $6 each.My advice would be to order a few blanks first and find a good locksmith second.Ford spare locks were made by Hurd from 1932-1948(so says the Mac's catalog). If you know some 32-48 owners nearby,you might try their key.There wasn't all that many patterns in those years. My friends 64 Corvette door key would unlock my 55 Chevy truck.No,I didn't steal his car.
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