Miscellaneous Parts - 67 / 68s

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  1. Bullitt

    Bullitt Packin' Heat Founding Member

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    Cleaning out my garage and have a bunch of parts (some are "universal" )

    Richmond 4.10 gears for Ford 9" (good used) - $100
    Universal Driveshaft Safety Loop - $20
    67 Mustang Timing cover for 289 / 302 (some holes need to be tapped) - $50
    67 / 68 Mustang Bumperettes (need a good cleaning) - $20 for all 4
    67 / 68 Taillight Lens (one, fair condition) - $10
    67 Sill Plates (fair condition) - $10 for both
    1 Grill for 67 / 68 Turnsignal Hood - $10
    Set of 67 / 68 Taillight Bezels (some pitting, no hardware) - $20
    Shelby Style Traction Masters (good shape, missing 1 front mount) - $50
    4 degree leaf spring axle shims - $5 for both
    Edelbrock Air/Fuel Ratio Meter - $20
    Mallory Universal fuel-injection pressure regulator #4305M (30-100psi) - $50
    Edelbrock 1480 Carburetor jet / rod / spring kit - $10
    67 / 68 Mustang Spring / Shock plates (clearanced for 9" axle) - $10 each
    67 / 68 Mustang throttle pedal, no linkage to carb - $10
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  2. jlangholzj

    jlangholzj Well-Known Member

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  3. nugget68

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    you got a picture of the grill...i have a 68, but want to remove my horse and corral. the 67's dont have as much on the grill as the 68, so i think it might look better...
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  4. Bullitt

    Bullitt Packin' Heat Founding Member

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    nugget, it's not the grille, but a grille for the hood. they go in the turn-signal "scoops" on 67/68 cars.
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    ok...thanks...
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  6. Rick Brown

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    Hey Guy's, Do either one of you have a old parts donor car that you would sell some sheet metal parts from?Like a door post/pillar from a 67/68. If you do give me a call 740-395-4275
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