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Anyone interested in a RUST FREE upper and lower cowl assembly? :whistling:

 

 

Announcing... NEW PART

 

New upper and lower cowl 71-3 COWL ASSEMBLY for NON a/c cars

 

Limited quantity available at this time

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Still working out info / pics/ details

 

419.95

 

Email or PM if interested

 

Don

 

www.ohiomustang.com

 

440 949 2556

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Anyone interested in a RUST FREE upper and lower cowl assembly? :whistling:

PM me

 

Had to order mine out of Arizona. they cut the whole section (hinges and all) when they sent it to me. I think shipping was more than the part. lol

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Anyone interested in a RUST FREE upper and lower cowl assembly? :whistling:

PM me

Don, Take it apart and convince Dynacorn to repop them! You could be a hero AGAIN. Chuck

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Anyone interested in a RUST FREE upper and lower cowl assembly? :whistling:

PM me

Don, Take it apart and convince Dynacorn to repop them! You could be a hero AGAIN. Chuck

 

Chuck, I have done that for YEARS with many MANY parts.

Don

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there's so many parts for are cars they need to repop.

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there's so many parts for are cars they need to repop.

 

Yes they do...like doors

 

I could use a drivers side Door or door skin, I did some Bondo Magic and it will show one of these days, as of now only I know where the damage was :)

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In for one. Too many gaping holes on both the lower and upper parts of my current cowl. This will make life a lot easier. :)

 

Rich, "aiming to get the welding work done by this summer...hopefully, lol"

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That will sure make things easier if I ever do another one. I took apart and patched the one in my Grande, and replaced the one in my Mach1 with the cowl and firewall out of a cougar. The achilles heel of our cars.

Ritchie

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Thanks for the pics, Mine arrived also, but I hadn't taken it out of the box yet!

1972 H-code Mach1

2010 GT Premium

2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T

1995 F150- The "home depot" machine

2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide Ultra

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Love the new cowl! Question, if it's made for an A/C car, why does it have the vent hole on the driver side?

My factory A/C car only has the opening on the passenger side above the heat/ac box.

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Before this part was available I knew it was a major under taking including welding, fabricating etc to make the repair. How much of a job is it to take out the old cowl and put this new one in?

 

Jim

Jim

 

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear

 

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Fabulous! it is about time! Now the 1971-1973 mustangs can be saved-

Thanks,

mustang7173 🇺🇸

"Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway" -- John Wayne

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Hi,

 

Thought I would post a picture of the new cowl welded on my Grande. The fit was excellent, and it seems to match the original contours perfectly. This is rare thing for a lot of the reproduction parts. I had to cut off the left vent hole piece and weld a round plate in as my car has factory A/C. Plus weld the two extra brackets to the underside that are not on the new part.

Glad I waited to restore the car when I did otherwise it would have been a lot of work repairing my original cowl. This part came out right when I needed it.

 

Thanks to Don at OMS for helping to get this part to market!

 

Michael

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Hi,

 

Thought I would post a picture of the new cowl welded on my Grande. The fit was excellent, and it seems to match the original contours perfectly. This is rare thing for a lot of the reproduction parts. I had to cut off the left vent hole piece and weld a round plate in as my car has factory A/C. Plus weld the two extra brackets to the underside that are not on the new part.

Glad I waited to restore the car when I did otherwise it would have been a lot of work repairing my original cowl. This part came out right when I needed it.

 

Thanks to Don at OMS for helping to get this part to market!

 

Michael

 

Pics?

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