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Yes, here’s a photo that I captured of that stamping. It’s a little difficult to see, but using a decent light it’s there.  Also the rectangular Fomoco stamping about 90 degrees from the part number stamping.

Yes, water pump

I added a few photos of my rusty alternator pulley to help ID the correct pulley.
Included measurements.

Wanted: Looking for a no pits pulley to replace my original.
Any leads are appreciated.
I have been able to locate pulleys, the challenge is to find one that’s a decent core.
I can provide dimensions if you think you have one, but are unsure about the pulley diameters.
Thank you

I’ve sent out the fan clutch for restoration.
It has the correct Ford stamping at the fan mounting OD surface.

The question I have is about the stamping mark on the inner surface of that plate ( see photo )
 Is that the build date? “C119”

Also, were there any other ink printed markings on the cad plated surface near the front spring?
Thank you

1968 Shelby GT350/500/500KR / GT500KR Seat Belt Tags
« on: May 10, 2023, 08:38:26 AM »
In preparation for sending my seat belts out for restoration…inventorying all the pieces, stamping numbers and webbing fabric labels..

I noticed that the shoulder harness tags were
“Manufactured for Shelby- American”, and the rest of the belt tags were “Manufactured for Ford”

Apparently the shoulder belt harness was a Shelby American design.


Wanted to Buy / 1968 Shelby Rear Antenna Extension Cable Assy
« on: May 08, 2023, 09:11:49 PM »
Factory Ford antenna cable extension for rear mounted antenna.

Thank you

To confirm .. this is what you described as being correct for 67 68 mustang.
The inside (narrow top most piece) recesses down to meet next extension part of the mast.
(see photo)
Think you

Thank you everyone for the comments. Greatly appreciated.
I’ve studied my antenna Vs the antenna suggested by Tim.
My antenna mast is certainly different in the base area. (see attached photos, ref. chrome, plastic)
This difference will also be apparent when the antenna is installed.

 I’ve decided to purchase a complete NOS antenna. 

Thank you Tim
I’m not exactly sure it is correct. For sure, I know that it has been in the car decades.
The hardware on my antenna looks similar to what a listing on eBay states as correct for 69, 70 PM-300 hardware. ( see photo Snipet attached)
The obvious difference with the ebay listing, and the antenna I have is a metal chrome base vs plastic. The top chrome pivot,  and body gasket looks to be the same.

Possibly this was replaced years ago.

1968 Shelby GT350/500/500KR / 68 Shelby Antenna, Rear Mount Hardware.
« on: April 26, 2023, 06:33:36 PM »
Looking for the top compression nut for rear mount antenna.
The nut on my antenna was damaged at some point. 
I’m concerned that it was damaged to the point where the rounded off edges are beyond repair.

I’d like to find a good core for rechrome.
Any comments, or leads on finding just the nut are appreciated.
Attached are photos of the antenna mount that highlight the nut fastening hardware.

Thank you

Wanted to Buy / Re: NOS CobraJet Gas Cap Emblem
« on: March 23, 2023, 04:28:08 PM »
Just completed a purchase of a NOS emblem from a SAAC Forum member. 
Thank you everyone for your comments and suggestions.
Greatly appreciated !

Wanted to Buy / Re: NOS CobraJet Gas Cap Emblem
« on: March 14, 2023, 07:12:40 PM »
Thank you .
Yes, I saw that.
Very Strong Pricing Ask.

Wanted to Buy / NOS CobraJet Gas Cap Emblem
« on: March 14, 2023, 05:28:14 PM »
WTB: NOS gas cap emblem
Application: 1968 Shelby GT500KR
Thank you

Wanted to Buy / 1968 Shelby Junction Block, Original Design
« on: March 08, 2023, 02:00:56 PM »
Correct electrical junction block used on 1968 GT 500KR. (mounts on the inner fender)
I believe the original design used a Bakelite material. (Very fragile stuff)
(my original is split at one of the mounting holes)
I’m searching for a correct junction block for my restoration.
Any information is appreciated.
Thank you

Added a photo of my original (split)

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