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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / GT350 seat belt eye bolts
« on: October 23, 2021, 10:25:05 PM »
Hi all,

What is the assembly line set of eye bolts, two short and two long?  Or did cars come with a mix or all long.  See below image of short and long.

Does the long go on inboard side in hump with underlayment and padding to go through?  Then short goes on outboard side with just carpet to penetrate?

Thank

Cory

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1965 GT350/R-Model / Re: Value of '65 Mustang NOS Front Disc Brake Rotors
« on: October 20, 2021, 10:13:00 PM »
Are they made by CENTURY or have K/H markings on studs?  Bigger money if K/H rotors.

Cory

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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / Re: Parking brake warning light sensor
« on: October 18, 2021, 03:57:39 AM »
Hi Jeff,

Thank you for getting back to me so quick.  I trust your photographic records.  Thank you for explaining.

Are there any San Fransisco delivered GT350H owners out there who have any thoughts?

Take care

Cory

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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / Re: Parking brake warning light sensor
« on: October 18, 2021, 02:59:13 AM »
Hi Jeff,

Thank you for the image.  It is perfect.  My perception on the hand brake warning light appears to be wrong.  I thought all GT350H's got the brake warning light.  I now stand corrected base on your input, but I have further discussion.  My curiosity was sparked when I saw on auction SFM6S955 Hertz car with no hand brake warning light.

Below is a passage from he 2011 Registry, page 747.  The discussion is the hand brake warning light in the SAI meeting notes.  It appears Hertz "requested a field modification be carried out.  This will involve the installation of a hand brake warning light..."  However, "...there appears to be some difficulty obtaining 1000 lights in such short notice."  The registry continues to say "No Hertz cars have ever been found with the aforementioned light installed..."  Now I am confused, because I believe I have seen GT350H's with this light.  But you are saying only the San Fransisco GT350H's got the light.  Please help me understand how you concluded this.  The registry says non were installed.  Is it fair to say any hand brake warning light was installed by a previous owner, after HERTZ Corp ownership?  Or some actually got installed?   Any GT350H owners want to chime in"

Thanks

Cory

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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / Parking brake warning light sensor
« on: October 17, 2021, 03:04:37 PM »
Hi all,

Please see image below.  Is this the period assembly line sensor that mounts to parking brake?

Can some one take a picture of this piece installed?

Thanks

Cory

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I did send a note to the seller advising him of the error and my image above.  My tach was suggesting that he really doesn't want an unhappy buyer and have to pay the return shipping.  It would cost him plenty. He removed the auction and says he will re-post with the correct info.  Nice, no controversy, no rebellious seller.  Win-Win.

Take care all

Cory

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Hi all,

Don't be tempted.  These chrome Magnum 500's are the Chrysler/Mopar wheel.  The seller is advertising the back spacing to be 3 & 5/8 or 3.625.  The GT350 magnum 500 is closer to 3 & 3/8 or 3.375.  This is a quarter inch difference.  They do have the right markings 795C and the 14X6, but too large of back spacing.  You can also see in the side images, the weld line is slightly closer to the outside of the wheel or slightly left of center in the flat.  Original GT350's Magnums, the weld line is slightly closer to the inside of the wheel or right of center on the flat.

Best regards

Cory

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For all cars other than 6S001 al the pedals lacked the stainless trim since that was part of the deluxe interior package. Allot of owners and builders added them over the years for the bling factor and or owners wanting them

Hi Jeff and Deathsled,

I thought so, but wanted confirmation.  Thanks

Cory

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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / Bright metal trim around brake and gas pedal
« on: October 15, 2021, 07:37:14 PM »
Hi all,

I have been seeing several Hertz models with the metal trim around the brake and gas pedal.  Is this typical of the GT350H?  I thought this was a deluxe only interior feature.  I thought all GT350's were absent this trim, part of the standard interior.  I expect an owner may have added.  Which is assembly line correct for the rental car, pedal trim on absent?

Thanks

Cory

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Well, I just bought 50, with a minimum shipping of $25.

If any one needs some nuts, please send me a IM.  But first, lets see if they actually show up.  I will update when they show up.

Thanks

Cory

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Hi all,

I did call the one supplier.  My earlier minimum order quantity was a bit low.  The minimum order is 104,000 pieces and they have non in stock. The sales rep did give me the name of two companies that made a purchase back in 2019.  I am trying to contact them both, but they look like whole salers too.  I like the suggestion for samples.

I ran the part numbers from the one supplier and found them on AMAZON, but currently not available.  Bummer.  Lot size was 25 nuts.  Way better than 104,000.

https://www.amazon.ae/Palnut-Fasteners-138849001-SR188006-598-Self-Threading/dp/B07HMVN5S2

Thanks

Cory

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Found this nut that actually looks closer to OEM than the AMK nut.  Size is right.

The issue here might be the minimum order is 10,000.  Any body need these?  I will call and see.

Thanks

Cory

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Hi all,

Can anyone confirm that the AMK stamped nut B-10639 is the same nut used on the Magnum 500 center caps.  They look right, but thought I'd ask if any one has purchased and used on the plastic caps.  Below are images of originals, NOS and the AMK nut.

I sent a note to Brant at VCM, but he was not sure if they were the ones or not, but thought they look the right size.

Thanks

Cory

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Up For Auction / Re: Real Deal 65 66 Headers or Not?
« on: September 04, 2021, 02:29:34 PM »
I also sent the seller a note asking about the three hole flanges to H-pipe, whether they were loose or welded on.  They are loose.

Thanks for sharing

Cory

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Wanted to Buy / Re: WTB a M or MA booster for a 4100 Autolite carb
« on: August 30, 2021, 02:33:46 AM »
Hi Dan,

Thank you for the great response.  You are a wealth of information.

Along the same line, can you tell me what a "2 M" booster means?  I have a early NOS C6ZF-C carb with a "2 M" booster.  I have seen other boosters with the No. 2 as well.  I have not seen with the "2" in the MPC.  Do you know what the "2" means?  Attached is an image.  Notice the yellow paint mark.  The other booster has two red paint marks.

Thanks

Cory

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