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71 conv 302 2V unknown parts
#1
Hi,
as my 71 conv was totally disassembled when purchsaing I found some unknown parts. my knowledge of parts is growing every day when studying all manuals and forums :-)

be so kind and let me know whoever knows this (it also may be mixed up with 65/66 Mustang parts, as my seller mixed up many parts)
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1st step is one photo of all parts- if photos are to be uploaded in higher resolution please let me know

thank you in advance  Smile

Wolfgang
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#2
Me being the computer dummy I am could not get the pictures to get bigger.
I know that the #7 is a tie down shipping bracket for single exhaust. There was a sticker behind the rear license plate that told the dealer to remove them so finding them is a great thing most got tossed. If you have a show car keeps the tie downs off the restored parts. The dual exhaust was much longer to clear the pipe. I have see the first part but cannot blow up to see it better.
Score on the tie down bracket.
btw I just tore down a parts car during winter so I saw all the parts for a vert, 72. It took 30 hours for entire car.
David


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David
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#3
#8 looks like a disc brake anti-rattle clip.
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#4
runninpony 
Number 13 looks to be throttle cable bracket, mounts (welds?) to firewall.
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#5
1a & b I recognize them, but can't place them. I am thinking they attache to the top near the window belt line. I'll find a picture for the position

2. Door glass window guides. They attach to the inside of the door frame to hold the door glass in place. Bolt hole for one near the top center of the door frame.

7 the larger type rear tie down. Attached to frame rail between tailpipe and leaf spring.

11 Rear interior quarter panel bracket. Attaches to the front near the door jamb. see picture for the position

12 I believe is the bracket that holds the convertible roof frame to the car and the hydraulic


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1973 H Code Convertible - Medium Copper Metallic - June 8, 1973, Built Ford Marketing Sales Vehicle
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#6
Now you have many looking and helping !!

#3 - rear valance lower brackets (being from a 65 car) That may help

Mark
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#7
#10 appears to be master cylinder piston and rod.
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#8
(04-10-2018, 10:46 AM)rackerm Wrote: 1a & b I recognize them, but can't place them. I am thinking they attache to the top near the window belt line. I'll find a picture for the position

2. Door glass window guides. They attach to the inside of the door frame to hold the door glass in place. Bolt hole for one near the top center of the door frame.

7 the larger type rear tie down. Attached to frame rail between tailpipe and leaf spring.

11 Rear interior quarter panel bracket. Attaches to the front near the door jamb. see picture for the position

12 I believe is the bracket that holds the convertible roof frame to the car and the hydraulic


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thanks a lot !

1a,b and 2:
do you know how to repair rubber and textile coating
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#9
Thank you very much for all posts- very helpful!!
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