Thanks, I see that now -- it looks like the mount popped off the small stud on the back of the voltage regulator. I'll try to reattach it or buy a new one. I assume this not being connected to the regulator would prevent the gauges from working properly?
Redneck, yes, that is a quartz clock movement typically used for wall clocks, but with a housing that fits and is identical from the front -- see photo. I started by designing one for myself and then eventually selling to others at a price typically 50% below other repros (if a repro even exists -- many models are not made by anyone else). Over the past three years, I have sold close to 1,000 quartz clocks for fifty different models, covering 1960-80s Mustang, Cougar, Camaro, Corvette, Chevelle, Firebird, GTO, Mopar and Chevy trucks. If you are looking for a particular model, direct message me and I can send you to my website (you can also find them on eBay or at NPD.)
I ran a want ad about a week ago wanting to buy some Magnum 400 wheels. A day or so later I received an email that stated the following:
Hi sleeton,my friend from vintage forum told me you need magnum 400 wheels if you are still interested get back me.
We continued to communicate...
Mustang born on 5/4/65 from Dearborn.
I have the lower clutch rod that is like a crooked finger (pre-dates 65) and has a small spring that holds it on the throw out bearing arm which the spring is connected to the bell housing with the spring holder.
I have replaced the equalizer bar with new...
I've been reading a lot more than posting for the last few years, but that might change a bit considering my current undertaking. I'm roadtripping across the USA in my '69 Cougar. For those who don't know, the Cougar is basically a Mustang with different sheetmetal and a 3" longer...
My 1968 fastback has been with David Toth in Escondido for the last couple of years getting all new wiring, a/c system, etc. Last week, he sent me a video of him driving it from the shop that finished a few mechanical things. It sounds great! He posted this photo yesterday from his shop...
Hi guys! I searched, but didn't find any answers to this:
I saw a parked Mustang (69 with 302) this weekend with the hood up and "D1JE-9425-AA" on the intake. That's a marine/industrial intake. The owner was not around, so I couldn't ask how it runs.
Does anyone here know?