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I ran across these rocker covers which where on a 69 Big Block mustang engine. They have large letters M/T and then a smaller circle with FORD. They are finned and made of cast aluminum. There is a part number 103R-56. Does anyone know what these are? My guess is they were aftermarket for that era.

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I think that means Mikey Thompson. They will be aftermarket parts.

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Yep! There cool, hang on the them. Lots of people want
60's vintage speed equipment to put on there ride. I have a
set on my Cleveland in my '65 coup. If you don't want them
I know a guy who will buy them.
 

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I have a pair of M/T aluminum rocker covers for a SB Ford. I had to buy new covers because the M/T's wouldn't clear my higher lift cam. I was going to put them up for sale on eBay, but if anyone is interested, let me know.


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very popular in the late 60's and early '70's, after market covers. Most local speed shops carried them in stock..I still have an old pair from a 302..are they worth much?..I doubt it, but worth holding onto I suppose. They were one of the few dress up items available back in the "Good Old Days"..*LOL*

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