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Ahh yes, I love going to car shows and looking at gorgeous concours restored Mustangs. Then I pick up a part like this and understand deep down in my heart that we may care just a teensy bit more about these cars than the assembly line workers did.

Alignment on the Boss 302 sticker, at least there weren't any bubbles:

http://www.dvsrestorations.com/jpeg/bossdetail1.jpg

And the OK stamp on the end. I can make out the "K"

http://www.dvsrestorations.com/jpeg/bossdetail2.jpg

Discovery is half the fun!!

Dave
 

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I know a guy who worked on the assembly line in 1973. This was after production began on the unloved Mustang II. He has a funny story about seeing the welders drinking beer on their break and then welding up the quarter panels with the empty beer cans inside.

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Dave!!!!! could you provide when and where the car was built (or the VIN)

Thee pictures without some info is such a tease :crybaby:
 

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Unfortunately I can't. These parts came in a big pile of stuff I bought in a parts deal. It came with a drag motor built november 69, but I can't confirm they came from the same car.

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