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Finished restoring a 67 coupe with my friend Mark a few years a few years ago. He had a BUNCH of parts left over, and I sold them here. We were cleaning his garage out the other day looking for a part for another car, when we came across two more boxes of parts. I plan to sell them here at very reasonable prices, but they are evidently not all for 67 289 Mustang as he thought.
1. He thought these valve covers were 67-68 Mustang or Cougar, but during my online research, I found nothing that looked like them. Any ideas?
2. This air cleaner assembly looks just like one I saw advertised on Ebay for a 73 Mustang 351 Cleveland. But then again, Ebay ads are only to be trusted so much.
Last question. Are parts like this best sold as-is or fixed up a bit. I could sand blast them, fix the dents and leave them in primer.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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LOL, I know. They were put there on purpose, but I can't imagine why. If I can't figure out what they are, I will fix all the dents and powder coat them as demos. I run a small powder coating business out of my garage.
 

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Those valve covers came on 66 Fairlane gt 390 and we're chrome. There may have been painted ones too.
 
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