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There is plenty of applications where they had the larger master cylinders and caps...trucks and some full size cars.  I dont think you can say it only fits one application. 
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Wanted Ads / Re: C8 Autolite rear shocks and a 10 x 2 FOMOCO rear brake drum
« Last post by ruppstang on May 27, 2017, 11:34:55 PM »
I have one original rear Autolite shock here....you would need to decode the application.  But the engineering numbers are:
C8ZF-18080-F3

No good on the drums.  I asked another guy who I thought had some but no luck.
Thanks for looking, I'll let you know on the shock.
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: Gold air cleaner and valve covers....normal?
« Last post by tvtommy on May 27, 2017, 09:57:55 PM »
OK...

5F08G806xxx

I looked it over today, and I think I'll grab it....a nice stable mate for the lime gold '67.

Thanks in advance!
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1969 - 1970 / Re: Hood to Fender Bumper Holes
« Last post by J_Speegle on May 27, 2017, 06:16:50 PM »
In the process of restoring my 69 Mach 1 I have noticed that some 69 Mustangs do not have the proper square hole reliefs in the apron rails for the "fender to hood" bumpers. These are the four bumpers that fit through a rectangle holes on the top of the fenders. Look at the enclosed pics.

Of course your comparing pictures from unknow sources and back grounds so you have no idea if what your comparing are originals or other repaired/replaced ones. Also there are two different panels used on the drivers side during the production year.  So when comparing/asking how it relates to your car it would be helpful to know what plant and wne your car was built so we can compare "apples to apples" ;)



 
Not all 69's have a relief in the aprons for the bumpers. Is this normal on some cars?

Think your statement is likely based on what your finding/seeing on the internet. Not sure why you included a reproduction panel in your post since you can assume that it at a minimum is designed only to fill a void
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NPD has sold the regulator splash shield/rain gutter for a couple years now.  +1 Assemblyline manuals a must .
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1969 - 1970 / Re: What is this bracket near the starter solenoid and regulator?
« Last post by jgkurz on May 27, 2017, 02:48:44 PM »
Thank you Jim. I'll order a set of manuals right now.
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The saac website wont take anymore late entries for the judged concours  but we can take them up until the Monday before just so we can get time to print off a judging sheet before we travel. If you want to have your car judged and think you might make it. please email me and Ill send you a form
jim@shelbyparts.com  or call 920 434 3645  any questions  give me a shout
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1967 - 1968 / Re: Picking up a C80E motor - valuable parts?
« Last post by jwc66k on May 27, 2017, 02:45:42 PM »
It's a 1969 block used on an Atlanta Assembly Plant vehicle, VIN 191421.
Jim
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1969 - 1970 / Re: What is this bracket near the starter solenoid and regulator?
« Last post by jwc66k on May 27, 2017, 02:43:10 PM »
It's a plastic "splash" shield for the regulator. Keeps wet stuff out of the electrical system, p/n C9ZF-10A506-A held in place with 2 ea 55876-S36 screws (poorly documented) as shown in the 1969 Osborn produced Mustang Assembly Manual. I recommend you get a set of assembly manuals for your car.
Jim
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1967 - 1968 / Re: Picking up a C80E motor - valuable parts?
« Last post by livetoride60 on May 27, 2017, 01:47:41 PM »
Block is stamped on the back flat spot "9A191421".   Don't know if that's anything special or not.  Had C7 289 heads, so must be a C8OE 289. 
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