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We run a '65 coup at the open track events here in Calif.
Most of us have some sort of front disc brake cooling but
not many have anything on the rear. Most of your braking is
done with the front tires. It is a good idea to put brake cooling
on the car, but for a street driven car the scoops that go on the
side will let in water and could start some rust problems unless you
seal every hole you make very well. I know one Mustanger who added
some to his '67 and in less than one year he had rust in that area.
They look great and do a fine job for a car that can use the air. If you
put them on, take extra time to stop any water from getting inside the car.
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