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b4bear
    
How do you visually tell the difference in a 47 and 48 ford?
 
posted: January 14, 2014
 
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the parking lights were moved to below the headlights and reshaped to round . not sure but think side moulding was made smooth .
posted:  January 15, 2014
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b4bear
    
Nope, that's not it...they did that from 46 to 47....anyone else have an answer?
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