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Mustang King

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Here is a start to a list of good quality parts.

hybrid wrote
Can I request from everyone that if you add to your list, please edit your original post to add, so we don't have a huge sprawling thread.

69 trunklid seal, Dennis Carpenter. Excellent density and profile.

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Mustang King

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- Trunk and door seals (66) another vote for Carpenter
- Scott Drake 66 rubber plug kit was fine
- Scott Drake 66 front indicator lenses
- Scott Drake 66 washer bag, hose and nozzles
- AMK bolt kits (chassis, body and interior) were worth the buy, although not everything was included as is the impression given

Disclaimer: my car has done very few KM so far, so longevity is not tested

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Concept One www.c1pulleys.com/car-...-kits.html

Concept One pulley system is absolutely beautiful and their service is exceptional. So much so that the engine builder who dyno'd my engine for me immediately rang them up and ordered a complete set for one of his customers that saw my motor while it was there.

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Modern Driveline www.moderndriveline.com/

The good people when it comes to fitting 5 or 6 speed boxes .... Like


"Common sense is a plant that doesn't grow in everyone's garden"

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1967 scott drake radio bezel spot on fit

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Tribute Automotive tachometers - have installed 2 and both are great, look original, but have modern internals. First one I installed in 2011 and have had zero issues.

EPAS power steering unit - works fantastic and no hydraulic lines/leaks or pump to drain horse power.

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