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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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Default WANTED Rally pac parts

Hello everyone.

I just bought in a yard sale a rally pac for my 65 coupe ( and i can tell how hard its hard to find mustang parts here in FRANCE ! )

So i search for one of the pod cover .
I'm not sure about the English for this part so have a look at the picture i just take.

Any help will be really appreciate.
I can pay with paypal.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 04:36 PM
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The picture you show is a bracket used originally for 66 mustangs and not the 65. 66 were mor low profile with the center backet as the 65 brace between the gauges was straight on top.
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thanks for your help.
I know it's a 66 rally pac, but it's a realy rare part here in FRANCE so it's why i bought it at a fair price..
I don't know what i need to do:
- Rebuild and use it
- Rebuild, sell and buying a 65 rally pac
But i need to buy the missing pod cover and it seems to be difficult to find this part!
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 09:24 PM
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that is correct for a 65 gt car as well. 65 gt's used the low profile rally pac. check online with scott drake to see if he offers ralleye pac parts i know he is reproducing them so the part you are looking for may be available.
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Yes, Late '65 GTs did use the "low-profile" Rally Pac as well. You can goto NPD or Dallas Mustang Parts for replacement parts for your Rally-Pac.
What you might consider, Is, How much it is going to cost to repair it?, If it costs any more than $300.00 US, You may want to consider going with a new reproduction Rally Pac from Scott Drake, or one from Oval Industries. Both are well made. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. The Scott Drake Rally-Pac can use aftermarket electronic ignitions such as Accel and Mallory but The Oval Industries Rally-Pacs can not, and must use the original points type distributor, but the Pertronix Ignitor 1 with work well with it. However, The Oval Industries Rally-Pacs have the original "F O R D" logo on the inside face of the Rally Pac, making it look very Authentic and "correct". The Scott Drake Rally Pacs Do NOT have the "F O R D" logo, which is has been a big complaint for years of the buyer of the Scott Drake Rally-Pac, but you learn to "live with it".. Both Reproduction Rally Pacs are very well made, and I recommend both!

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