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I found a box of parts i bought from a guy that had a 69 mustang and i have no clue what some go to or what they are for. Thought about selling them but i'd like to know what they are for first. The only part numbers that i could find on any of the parts was on a piece that looks to go on a engine and the number is D0AE-9A705-C. The round black thing has three raised tabs at the center and is about the size of an oil filter. There is a pair of brackets with two welded/integral square nuts. The round thin metal thing with teeth has blue RTV which leads me to think it goes on the engine. One is a rubber bumper but i am not sure where it goes, folddown? There are two bolts with some special washers and none of my 70 cars have this kind of washer. Didn't want to throw them away if they were special bolts for my muffler bearing retainers :lol: The other is some kind of rubber grommet/plug but again none on my 70s. Then there is some kind of electrical thing that i have no idea what it goes to. The other is some kind of bracket. Then there is the cast iron piece that i provided the part numbers for. The last piece is obviously something regarding the vacuum system and i possibly thought it goes to a tilt away column. Pics are attached and if anyone has any idea what any or all of these are i would greatly appreciate it. No guarantees that they are all from a 69 mustang but all the rest of parts in the box were. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

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Out of all of it, the only things I recognize is the rubber bumper (picture 3) for the fold down seat, and the power steering pump bracket in the center of the last picture.

The fold down seat bumper is toast. It's suppossed to have a screw sticking out of it. Toss it in the garbage or use it for a door stop. New ones are cheap.

The PS bracket bolts to the back of the pump. It's a worthless bracket that only works with a concourse correct high pressure line. The one in the picture seems extremely flat, which they normally aren't.
 

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The two long rectangle pices are inserts for trunk lid hinges (witch i just happen to need, i lost mine in 10 years of storage and moves) so let me know if you want to get rid of them, i'll have to check on price, i couldn't tell you what they're worth.

The roung metal object with rtv appears to be the lock ring on a gas tank for sender/pickup.
 

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You are correct on the tilt away vacuum piece. It's a solenoid that would fit on a '67 for sure and maybe the '68-'69 as well. It is missing its power and ground wires however.
 

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The piece your finger points to is a heat source for the choke on the carburetor.
 

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I'm sure the disk is a hold down for the spare. The loop is probably a heater for the engine oil or water, does it have electrical connections?
 

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GregB is correct on the piece with the finger on it, its a heat stove for the choke on at least 351C motors.

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to the left of the rubber bumper, looks to be bolts with washers (sorry - couldn't resist) :)
 

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to the left of the rubber bumper, looks to be bolts with washers (sorry - couldn't resist) :)
They look like the fender bolts that are hidden just above the door hinge
 

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You are correct on the tilt away vacuum piece. It's a solenoid that would fit on a '67 for sure and maybe the '68-'69 as well. It is missing its power and ground wires however.
Thats kinda what i figured. It has the male blade sticking out on the end of the black tube part. Is that the power or the ground? Where does the other wire plug in? It still retains the factory rivets so it hasn't been tampered with. What do these normally run for pricewise?
 

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Anyone care to explain what motor this powersteering bracket is correct for? Neither of my 70 cars had them with one being a 302 and the other 351w. What years did they come from? Oh and the bracket isn't flat, its just the picture.
 

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GregB is correct on the piece with the finger on it, its a heat stove for the choke on at least 351C motors.

Carl
What does this bolt to, the manifolds? Also, where does the loop go into? The loop is removable and there aren't any electrical connections for it to be a block heater. Just two bolt holes and two holes for some kind of tubing. Are these pretty easy to come by?
 

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Thanks to all who provided very helpful information (except the obvious bolt response :joker:)!!!! You guys are awesome. So far one piece goes to the spare tire, one is for a tilt column, two brackets are for the trunk hinge, the round ring might be too small to be a retainer for the fuel tank sender but i'm not sure (2.5" outside diameter), bumper for folddown, power steering bracket, choke stove piece, a mystery wire that may be some kind of heater, mystery grommet, and two mystery bolts. Thanks for all the help everyone! :highfive: If you need any of these pieces let me know. I may or may not use the PS bracket depending on what it is correct for. Feex don't lie and say it isn't correct for my motor so you can buy it from me :joker: Just kidding.
 
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