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    Default Mystery Vision block /door stop😧

    Found a vision block at a yard sale. The owner was using it as a door stop but the glass is in amazing shape with no chips or scratches. Trying to find out exactly what type vehicle it was used in. Itís a trapezoid shaped unit with multi layer glass about 4 1/4 in thick. Itís about 9 inches wide on the front and 6 1/2 wise on the rear and about 3/1/2 to 4 inches tall (tapered) and has a part number on one side that is stamped in.
    11602005 and also says L.O.F which I think stands for Libby Owens Ford ? If anyone has any info I would love to hear it. I have googled these numbers till Iím blue in the face and can find nothing. 😕

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    How about posting a pic?
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    Would love to post a pic but I see no way to do so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersonic View Post
    Would love to post a pic but I see no way to do so
    In the QUICK REPLY box you will see a tool bar at the top. One of the icons available looks like a picture frame with a black dot at each corner. Hover your cursor over it and you will see its function is INSERT IMAGE. Click on it. The dialog box that pops up is fairly simply to navigate.

    We look forward to your pictures to better help you identify this gem.



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