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Fiberglass radiator shroud
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I have an original fiberglass radiator shroud for Big block 71 mustang/ Cougar in excellent condition and would like to trade it for an original 71-73 plastic one for a Q code 351.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
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#2
I wish I had one to trade... How much to buy it outright from you? Thanks
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Pastel Blue;257175 Wrote:I wish I had one to trade... How much to buy it outright from you? Thanks

To be honest I need one to replace the fiberglass one as it's what I'm using on my car now. That's why I need to trade it and not sell. If I have to I'll keep it as it's a real nice piece and looks great and fits great. I'm just such a nut for originality that I'd rather have the plastic one.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
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#4
I figured as much. Trying to find a way to make this happen. As you know, I need this piece for my restoration as mine is damaged. If you found a replacement for yours that is correct and had to pay for it, could I pay for it on your behalf (as my portion of the trade) and then take yours for my car? Gotta keep trying here...

The PT# should read D00E 8146 D made by Barnum Bros. Is this the shroud you have? Just want to make sure we are on the same page. Thanks
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#5
Guys,
I have a shroud from my 73 that I would be willing to part with in order for Pastel to get the correct 429 item. I will get the part number off it later today when I get home from work. Mr Mach is there a specific part number you are looking for ? This shroud is from a 73 Mach H-Code without A/C if that makes a difference.
Let me know.
Thanks, Jay
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clevelandcoupe;257193 Wrote:Guys,
I have a shroud from my 73 that I would be willing to part with in order for Pastel to get the correct 429 item. I will get the part number off it later today when I get home from work. Mr Mach is there a specific part number you are looking for ? This shroud is from a 73 Mach H-Code without A/C if that makes a difference.
Let me know.
Thanks, Jay

Thanks for the offer Jay..., I would not think that the fan shroud for a Q code is different then a normal 71-3 351 C engine install? I am going to check my Master Parts catalogue to see if I can come up with some numbers.

Update: I checked the '75 Master Parts catalogue:

The '71 351CJ, Boss 351 and 429's shared the same rad: Pt# D1ZZ-8005-B
The '72 351 CJ rad shows a Pt # D1VY-8005-A The 351"spec" which I would have to believe is the "R" Code Pt # D2ZZ-8005-B
There are no '73 rad PT numbers showing, so I would have to surmise that they were similar to the '72's.

As for the shrouds they vary depending on whether there was AC or not. I came up with the following possibilities:

The '71 & '72 351's show: various Pt #'s on the plastic as: D1ZE-AA, D3ZE-AA or AB with a PT# as D3ZZ-8146-A (remember, this is in 1974/5 when this last edition of the Master Parts catalogue was produced for these cars). This applies to all 351's with A/C, "R" & "Q" code as far as I can tell from the manual.

I don't believe there was a specific shroud for the '71-3 "Q" Code engine in our cars.

Someone may be able to break this down further from their experience, but these are the #'s in the catalogue. Thanks
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Pastel Blue;257192 Wrote:I figured as much. Trying to find a way to make this happen. As you know, I need this piece for my restoration as mine is damaged. If you found a replacement for yours that is correct and had to pay for it, could I pay for it on your behalf (as my portion of the trade) and then take yours for my car? Gotta keep trying here...

The PT# should read D00E 8146 D made by Barnum Bros. Is this the shroud you have? Just want to make sure we are on the same page. Thanks

I will check the part number on that when I get home from work and get back to you and maybe we can make this happen with a little help from our friends. (just to quote the BEATLES)

these two pic show the shroud and although you can't see the entire piece believe me the rest looks just as good and as you can see it's never been painted and has the original fiberglass finish.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
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mrmach1;257207 Wrote:
Pastel Blue;257192 Wrote:I figured as much. Trying to find a way to make this happen. As you know, I need this piece for my restoration as mine is damaged. If you found a replacement for yours that is correct and had to pay for it, could I pay for it on your behalf (as my portion of the trade) and then take yours for my car? Gotta keep trying here...

The PT# should read D00E 8146 D made by Barnum Bros. Is this the shroud you have? Just want to make sure we are on the same page. Thanks

I will check the part number on that when I get home from work and get back to you and maybe we can make this happen with a little help from our friends. (just to quote the BEATLES)

these two pic show the shroud and although you can't see the entire piece believe me the rest looks just as good and as you can see it's never been painted and has the original fiberglass finish.

I am not sure that is the correct shroud based on the angle I can see? It looks a little to wide. Take a look at my piece.


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Your right I'll take a look at the part number and get back to you.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
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mrmach1;257218 Wrote:Your right I'll take a look at the part number and get back to you.

I have a plastic shroud from a 1971 mustang with 351 c with A/C part #D1ZE 8146-AA
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