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  1. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Interior parts

    Mike, I was thinking the same thing, I need to take a look and relist what I have left from the various posts over the last year or so.
  2. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Interior parts

    Yes, sent you a private message a little while ago.
  3. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Air Conditioning & Heating Help

    Your first picture shows the heater hoses removed. These need to be reinstalled and the control valve reconnected to the vacuum control system per the comments by Hemikiller above.
  4. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Hood call out number install

    I have used this with good results.
  5. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Don't know where these parts go.

    They go outboard of the headlights in the openings of the fender mounting brackets that are welded to the fenders.
  6. Doug's 73 Mach1


    The 5th character is your engine code
  7. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Parts Wanted 71 Mustang Windshield trim

    Marc, I started a conversation with you earlier today. I have a set. Check your mail box at the upper right.
  8. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Interior parts

    Sorry, door panels sold long ago. I do have the rear interior side panels, black, for power windows.
  9. Doug's 73 Mach1

    71 mustang firewall speedometer opening ?

    Mine too comes through the hole behind and above the brake booster, pretty much a straight shot from the back of the speedo.
  10. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Part Info Needed

    73s also, they mount to the fender brackets next to the headlight boxes.
  11. Doug's 73 Mach1

    No start; no juice with the key in on or start positions but accessory works fine

    I had a similar situation a few years ago. Turned out the battery was bad, went from starting the engine one time fine, next time nothing. You can likely have the battery load tested at a car parts store.
  12. Doug's 73 Mach1

    New speedo cable, speedometer jumpy…

    I had this issue also. Found the cable was not fully snapped in to the back of the speedo. When I corrected that it worked fine.
  13. Doug's 73 Mach1

    71-73 mustang console clock Wire harness.

    West Coast Classic Cougar has used ones. About $65
  14. Doug's 73 Mach1

    HP Power Steering Hose Insulation Needed.

    Be careful of EPDM, it is not oil resistant. Absorbs oil and swells/ softens up.
  15. Doug's 73 Mach1

    nothing seems to match

    The 4 speed top loader normally also has a partial VIN stamped on it. I believe it is on the top flange that joins to the bell housing. On numbers matching cars, all the various partial VINs should match, Engine, trans, chassis. Was there a built sheet under the "original" carpet when you...
  16. Doug's 73 Mach1

    1971 1972 1973 Mustang fastback wind down quarter window conversion

    Looks pretty straight forward with the needed parts from donor coupes or convertibles. I think Mach 1s look better with the rear windows down when possible. My Mach 1 has power windows and during restoration when I took everything apart, cleaned everything up, re-lubricated, reassembled and...
  17. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Name of Parts

    The fold down door has a latch on both the right and left side. I left you a private message letting you know I have a couple for sale.
  18. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Expansion valve: wrapped or raw?

    I had an insulated cover on the sensing the bulb (dome on top of the expansion valve) on my 73 Mach 1 when I bought it in 1978. No other insulation. I kept the insulating cover and reused it on a new expansion valve when I did a full restoration. I also parted out a 73 Mach 1 in the middle...
  19. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Windlace at Headliner in Door Opening?

    There was no wind lace originally. Some of the headliner attached to sheet metal pieces that had pointy little raised fingers to hold it in some areas. Other areas had the head liner wrap around the sheet metal roof zones and be glued in place. All the head liner edge areas get covered by...
  20. Doug's 73 Mach1

    Oil pressure sending unit

    You might have luck with a 14mm wrench it is just a little bit smaller than 9/16 (.011" smaller). Being smaller it should get a better grip on the hex. I find 14mm and 9/16" wrenches and sockets to be interchangeable in most situations.