Author Topic: '65 Glove box lock  (Read 3396 times)

Offline C5ZZ

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Re: '65 Glove box lock
« Reply #15 on: April 05, 2010, 12:17:59 PM »
I don't think the glove box lock uses the typical
tumblers that we know from the door and ignition
locks. I have one in the garage, I'll have to get it
out and look at it again to verify.
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65 Fastback, 6 cyl, AT, AC, PS, PB
Rangoon Red/Red Interior

Offline GD64

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Re: '65 Glove box lock
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2010, 12:33:54 PM »
The glove box lock uses spring loaded brass levers.
Ignore the glovebox lock.

Entry will be by one of the following:-
Glove box liners are secured from the inside----which means the screws ends are on the outside of liner, and can be turned with pliers.

My Glovebox lid is fastened to a Piano hinge from the inside, but the hinge is secured to the dash with the fasteners that can seen from under neath.
By removing the hinge fasteners can you tilt the lid from the bottom and undo the 2 strike screws.
Please note: I am referencing this material from my 64 Galaxie.

64 Galaxie (54A)
RHD Export Model
390 4V, Dual Range Automatic
Oaville, Ontario Assembly plant.

Offline C5ZZKGT

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Re: '65 Glove box lock
« Reply #17 on: April 05, 2010, 07:54:02 PM »
Guys-Thanks for all the help and suggestions!!!  I'll now have to wait until after the upcoming Mustangs and Mustangs show (Merv & Pat Rego) on April 17th to fool with this darn lock problem-and the locksmith lady that I used........I wouldn't usecall her again if she offered me a TRUCKLOAD of NOS locks for my trouble-she's that bad!!! (LOL)