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Old 11-26-2004, 01:56 PM
tarps3 tarps3 is offline
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Default turn signal switch needed

I am searching for a turn signal switch for a '58 thru '60 TBird.
I was trying to replace my shift collar this morning and, in the process of removing all the pieces and parts, the signal switch somehow got bound up and literally disintegrated when I tried to "unbind" it.
The back plate came off and all these little springs and clips went everywhere.

If anyone knows wher I can buy a replacement or has an extra one they can sell me, I would greatly appreciate it. Until then, the Bird is out of commission..

'60 TBird
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Old 11-26-2004, 04:24 PM
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Default RE: turn signal switch needed

>I am searching for a turn signal switch for a '58 thru '60

>'60 TBird

Hi Casey,

After doing several searches through both paper catologs, and a couple of online ones ...

The T-Bird Sanctuary. In their (paper) catalog, they say "Call" so I assume that means it would be a used part. 1-503-692-9848 No price was listed.

T-Birds by Nick sells used ones for $75.00 -- 1-800-669-1961

I wonder how different the switch for our Birds is from the 61-63 switch? (It's only $40)
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