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Well, despite his D0ZZ part number, it's the 67-69 configuration. Of course, the 70 Shelby was built using 69 Mustangs, so I guess he's technically correct.

As long as the pedal matches the booster, you could use a 70 on a 67, or a 67 on a 70. The 67-69 booster is available in repro, and so is the 70, but the 70 pedal is not available new.

You never know about old stuff, a lot depends on where it was stored.
 

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Thanks GT. I took a chance and put a bid on it. Anybody out there know what the piston in the photo would be for? It looks far too large to go in the master cylinder. I am going to ask the seller to see if he knows.
 

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The piston is is for the brake master. It allows you to just replace the piston in the master to accept the pushrod from the booster instead of buying a power brake master.
 

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The fellow has it list incorrectly.

Look at the front of the box. Clearly states C7ZZ, which it for sure is, a 67 68 Midland booster. Can't see where he got DOZZ???

Will fit all 67 68 Mustang Cougar perfectly, point correct.

Will, as has been stated, fit the 69/70 Mustang, Cougar as long as pedal is used in combination with the pedal. but not be point correct.

Maybe a few--Maybe, 69's used the Midland, but for the most part, the 69 model year was Bendix boosters with crimp jointing. 69 Bendix had the same 1/2" drop in the rear push rods, just as you see in this Midland.

70 was also Bendix, but had a straight on Push rod. Eyelet was dead in center of the push rod.

Will it work?? Don't know.

Dan @ Chockostang
 
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