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95 ford bronco Eddie Bauer edition question

ok so I just got done putting some new speakers and sprucing up my truck a little, ya know just making it look less like a tow rig and more like a nice vehicle. I ran into a bit of a problem however, a piece of my dash was coming off, so I was trying to reattach it. The problem is that the plastic literally denigrated as I touched it. So now I'm looking for a replacement piece, only problem is is that i don't know what its called or where to find it, i have spent 3 days looking though pics on the internet with a description of what the trim piece's actual name is.

I have 2 good pics of the piece but i cant find what it's called and where I can find it, any help would be appreciated. Again my father gave me this truck when he passed so I would really like to get it in better condition like how he wanted it to be before he passed.



The silver piece under the radio



here is a better pic, its that foux wood pice of trim.

The version I had was silver like the one in the first pic, it says eddie bauer on the end of it, but other than that I'm completely clueless on this part.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-20-2011, 08:12 PM
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I searched E-bay and used "EDDIE BAUER BRONCO DASH TRIM". No EB wood trim pieces came up but the XLT ones were there.
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I searched E-bay and used "EDDIE BAUER BRONCO DASH TRIM". No EB wood trim pieces came up but the XLT ones were there.
I have been looking under 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Dash Trim, using LMP (which I would think would be the end of it), JC whittney, Summit, and just regular google. I can find the XLT one but I cant find the one with the eddie bauer decal on it.
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I just found a full set on E-Bay for 28$. Here is the link..

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/F150-...Q5fAccessories
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I just found a full set on E-Bay for 28$. Here is the link..

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/F150-...Q5fAccessories
Yep I just found that one, also plus side he lives like 30 mins from me, Thanks for the help.
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can also try http://www.anythingauto.com under interior accessories tab then dash kits.
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Might try a local jy. I got mine at a pick a part for under $10 bucks. Mine is a XLT not a EB though. Eddie Bauer's are really rare in a jy.
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I hate those stick on wood trim's.....they look tacky to me.
ebay, craigslist or junkyards are best bet.
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Try uneedapart.com

I have gotten several items I was wanting off that service. They have member salvage yards that will contact you if they have the part you are looking for. I would not use a phone number though, just have them contact you via email.
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I'm heading for the pick a part yard saturday to look for some interior trim. They have ten or so Broncos and F150s. I'll take a look. Any idea how it comes off? I'd hate to find it and then break it pulling it off. PM me if you're interested.
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