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Posts posted by 70fastbak

  1. I have a few parts that I no longer need.

    I have a pair of used but good boomerang drip rails, not the boomerang trim itself but the part under that is held on with 3 screws.

    Set of brand new ford racing hood pins.

    Brand new scott drake windshield stop kit (pair with screws).

    Brand new strut rod bushings, PN K8157.

    Brand new lower radiator brackets with new isolators.

    New scott drake clutch pedal repair shaft.

    Brand new scott drake sport mirror glass.

    Pair of brand new proforged billet tie rod sleaves.

    Bead blasted/painted auto brake pedal for manual brakes.

    Also have a pair of really nice wood grain panels, all restored, black has been repainted on bezels (no broken tabs), wood grain is really nice, driver side has all new lenses, clock is in very nice shape but could use a new lens or some time polishing the old lens, clock also has fomoco harness on back.


    Make offers!


    I can email or text pics, PM if interested.


  2. I have a set of restored driver and passenger wood grain panels complete.

    Bezels have been re painted, cluster has new lenses, no broken tabs or cracks.

    Clock is untested, clock has original fomoco wiring harness on the back of it.

    Looking for $450...I can text or email pics, send a PM if interested with number or email address.


  3. The knob is screwed on to the shaft. Take some needle nosed pliers with some rubber to protect the shaft if it is tight. Both of mine unscrewed by hand. It depends on how well the interior has been kept through the life of the car I guess.


    I did not think the lens was glued, maybe a perished rubber seal?


    Where did you find the clock lens for the 69?


    All the mustang places have this now, depending on where you look it goes for between $55-$60

  4. I finished restoring all my wood grain dash parts, just changed out all the dash lens for new ones.

    All I have left to do is the clock lens, does the knob for adjusting the time just pull off?

    I don't want to break anything, also this lens is glued on, is that normal or has somebody glued it on in the past?


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