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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-28-2016, 11:55 PM Thread Starter
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WTB Original 65 Master Cylinder

Looking for a single reservoir master cylinder for a 65 Mustang with drum brakes. If possible, looking for a date code around September/October of 64. Must be able to be rebuilt. Also cannot have the port or a plug where the brake light switch would attach for a 64.5.

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-29-2016, 08:46 AM
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Not sure if mine would be suitable or not but might be better than nothing. Car is spring of 65 build. It will be tomorrow night before I can check it out.
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Have a few...will check the dates.

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Thought we hit the jackpot- 9-22-65. wrong year. Good luck!

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What is the condition of it? Is the shaft have any nicks in it or gauges? Could you post some pictures? Huntingky were you able to find yours?

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Send me your email address and I will send pictures. Thanks! Jack

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I just pulled the original master off of my '65 last night- I'm adding a dual m/c booster combo. I can check it if you haven't found one already...

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Here's what I've got....numbers don't make sense, so might be a repop?
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My bad- just reread that you don't want the brake switch hole.... strike out here I guess. I think I may have saved the one off the 64 vert I just did this Spring. I'll look for it this weekend and get back to you..

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Was going to say that had the brake light switch hole which I have on mine now and got dinged on...

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Here's what I've got....numbers don't make sense, so might be a repop?
That one was made by EIS, another brake company like Bendix or Wagner Lockheed.

Who made the orignal one- Ford or Bendix?
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Bendix made the original ones and I think Warner for some
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Is there an actual date code on the MC? I've got one floating around somewhere, and the sheet metal on my car is Oct 64



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Yes, it is on the side that faces the engine when installed. It has a little heart emblem next to it.
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post #15 of 24 (permalink) Old 02-03-2017, 08:32 AM
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Do you still need this master cylinder? I have several '65/66 master cylinders in a storage locker but don't want to go look at them if you no longer need one.

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