• 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
73 non a/c cowl same as 72 a/c cowl?
#1
so the car im restoring is a 72 mach 1 a/c car, both my cowl vents r shot as usual , but i was at the junkyard the other day and found a 73 coupe six cylinder and the passenger side cowl is actually intact and not too rusted at all just surface rust, will the 73 non a/c cowl be the same as a 72 a/c cowl for the passenger side only? thanks! if so im going to go cut it out tom
  Reply
#2
87fox72mach;37240 Wrote:so the car im restoring is a 72 mach 1 a/c car, both my cowl vents r shot as usual , but i was at the junkyard the other day and found a 73 coupe six cylinder and the passenger side cowl is actually intact and not too rusted at all just surface rust, will the 73 non a/c cowl be the same as a 72 a/c cowl for the passenger side only? thanks! if so im going to go cut it out tom

If you are talking about the inner cowl.. this is what my A/C car's looked like before I fixed it.. not too if its different but this should give you a good idea of what it should look like

[Image: 26730_414714991994_610141994_5322192_2685476_n.jpg]
  Reply
#3
thanks for the pic i went up and cut out the passenger side at the bone yard with a sawzalll i was like a maniac but i got it out in a nice big piece its not in bad shape ill post some pictures so people can see what it looks like, i see yous passenger side cowl is missing the top hat like structure around thehole thats how mine is
  Reply
#4
For all 3 years and body types
With A/C has RH fresh air vent, and several of the brackets on the inside of the car are different.

Non A/C cars have LH and RH fresh air vents

You can use the RH side, just mark position and save the brackets and mounting studs
Don

Ohio Mustang Supply
440-949-2556

[Image: oms_sig_banner.jpg]
  Reply
#5
OMS;37448 Wrote:For all 3 years and body types
With A/C has RH fresh air vent, and several of the brackets on the inside of the car are different.

Non A/C cars have LH and RH fresh air vents

You can use the RH side, just mark position and save the brackets and mounting studs
Don
thanks fort the info fo sure, i am going to see what i can do to get this part repoduced since i found one that is actually intact, the top hat part i guess is the most common part that rusts away and about an inch around the bottom of it
  Reply
Share Thread:  


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
runninpony Carpenter Hood to Cowl Seal NOT A T5 5 171 Yesterday, 08:14 AM
Last Post: Hemikiller
  Cowl Insulation Pad mustang7173 7 2,643 07-03-2013, 07:59 AM
Last Post: mustang7173
  cowl vent drain Danno 5 1,804 04-19-2013, 01:41 PM
Last Post: Mister 4x4
  New Cowl Came In Friday Intxmach1 15 1,867 03-02-2013, 10:16 PM
Last Post: Jim and Jutta
  Cowl confusion marks73 8 1,617 06-04-2012, 09:20 PM
Last Post: Jeff73Mach1
  cowl vents jedomfl 5 1,557 06-04-2012, 09:11 PM
Last Post: Jeff73Mach1
  Hood to cowl weatherstrip Ponydrvr72 4 866 06-03-2012, 10:01 PM
Last Post: Ponydrvr72
  Cowl repair? classicsguy 28 7,601 12-23-2011, 10:46 AM
Last Post: Obsidian11



Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)