Chief ash tray assembly

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Need the tray and receiver. Willing to let go of the ugly Hobbs meter that replaced mine... Fixing the dash was a bear!

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Will look in the morning to see if there is one left in a Chief that has been reduced to parts.
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Thanks!

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Mike

I have two ash trays and two receivers. (one even had an old butt in it)

What do you need? One or both sets? Send mailing address.

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:lol:
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Awesome! Sent you a pm with all the info. Really appreciate the help!

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Mike,
Got the PM and have shipped the items to the address you sent.
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You rock! Thanks!

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If you still have an extra tray, I am missing one out of my sedan. I bet they are the same.

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Yes there is still one left. Let me take a picture and send it to you this evening
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Thanks

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Ash trays are some of the hardest small parts to find since they corrode easily and fall apart after 60 years of ashes collecting moisture in them.
Mark Peterson
Harvey Field, WA
A copy of my old Chief website is preserved here:

http://www.reocities.com/mrpeters.geo/index.html

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Out of ashtrays at this time, but I did enjoy visiting your webpage Mark and reading the history of your Chief. I always enjoy the subject and quality of your pictures.
http://www.reocities.com/mrpeters.geo/index.html

Well done!
Richard

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