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I'll be attending the 2011 Carlisle All Ford Nationals in June on either Friday the 3rd or Saturday the 4th. I'll gladly hand carry parts for delivery at the show - contact me for details and we'll work it out!
Muscle Car Research is proud to announce that we've added another exclusive product to our growing catalog: a new C9ZZ-2B022-A brake booster gasket that's cut from an open-cell foam material that matches the original material used by Ford. It's not as durable as our original gasket that's cut from a modern material, but both meet or exceed Ford's original ESA-M4D57-A design specification. The new gasket is available for $10 plus shipping.
I've just added a new product to our online catalog: 1969 - 1970 Ford Mustang and Mercury Cougar Front Brake Line Shock Tower Grommets, those hard to find rubber grommets that protect your brake line as it passes through your car's shock towers. Priced at $2.50 per pair, these Buna-N grommets have been designed to meet the exacting standards of the United States military. Check 'em out!
Have you ever had a problem with the piston in your pressure differential valve moving off-center while bleeding your brakes, causing your brake system warning light to come on? Muscle Car Research is now selling a tool that you can use to hold the piston in place while bleeding the brakes:
This tool is proudly made right here in the USA. Dealer inquiries are welcome - please contact us for pricing.
UPDATE: I'm ready to take orders! Here's a link: http://www.musclecarresearch.com/C7TZ-8123227-A
UPDATE: Parts should be in-hand this coming week!
Update: I placed an order with my manufacturer earlier today. I should have these ready for sale in a few weeks!
I'm currently working on a reproduction of the C7TZ-8123227-A front door window regulator handle spacer used on 1969, 1970, and 1971 Ford Mustangs. This foam spacer fits on the regulator handle shaft just under the door panel. Here's a picture of an original spacer: