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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: factory tie down brackets
« Last post by 65Ford on Today at 04:18:13 PM »
Here's a crappy picture of one on a dual exhaust car.  It was a SJ '65 Mustang scheduled build June of '65.
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: factory tie down brackets
« Last post by jwc66k on Today at 04:12:10 PM »
I always thought that the 3-bolt tie-down hooks were earlier versus the 2-bolt tie-down hooks.  I had absolutely no idea that it was a single exhaust versus a Dual Exhaust thing... Very Interesting!!!
That was the idea. At a car show a long time ago, our attention was drawn to a San Jose 65 (or 66) single exhaust Mustang with one long tie down on the right and one short on the left. In a few cases it was what was next or available.
Jim
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Attached is a picture of a '66 coupe SJ built with a scheduled date of April 12 1966.
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2005 - 2014 / Re: Restoring convertible top
« Last post by jwc66k on Today at 04:06:55 PM »
Not crazy, just using your smarts. Swabbies and Jarheads know all about Kiwi in the can. It's wax based.
Jim
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: Engine Lift Brackets
« Last post by 65Ford on Today at 03:54:31 PM »
Those engine lift hooks look suspiciously similar to what is mounted on my '78 Fairmont's 200 I6.

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General Discussion / Re: MustangTek changed
« Last post by rodster on Today at 03:49:24 PM »
Glad you found the info you need. You can screen capture or just download the complete pages on most browsers.

I'm running a full download now, it's over 2GB of pdf and image files and still going. If there is anything specific you need let me know.

Great idea, hopefully you end up with a full archive.
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Parts / A picture of '65/'66 2 speed wiper motors
« Last post by 65Ford on Today at 03:42:35 PM »
I was cleaning the garage and um, discovered five 2 speed wiper motors.

Top row dated August 1964, November 1964, and December 7 1965
Bottom row dated February 1965, June 1965

I thought it was interesting all the '65 wiper motors were C4ZF-17504-B.  I guess -A was much earlier than August '64.

They all looked same.  The '66 wiper motor had an extra wire and was stamped C6Zf-17504-B.  Maybe -B doesn't signify an engineering change?
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2005 - 2014 / Re: Restoring convertible top
« Last post by NEFaurora on Today at 03:37:18 PM »

Don't call me crazy... But its rumored that KIWI solid (not liquid) Black Shoe Polish in the circular tin works extremely well.  Don't shoot the messenger.

:0)

Tony K.

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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: Engine Lift Brackets
« Last post by NEFaurora on Today at 02:17:38 PM »


From my files for the Peanut Gallery...

A Dearborn built '66... See VIN#

These I6 Engine hooks are out there though most were taken off at the factory.... though this car hardly has a "Concours" engine...

:o)

Tony K.
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: factory tie down brackets
« Last post by NEFaurora on Today at 01:52:46 PM »


Bob, Very Interesting Answer.  I always thought that the 3-bolt tie-down hooks were earlier versus the 2-bolt tie-down hooks.  I had absolutely no idea that it was a single exhaust versus a Dual Exhaust thing... Very Interesting!!!

:o)

Tony K.
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