Classic Auto Air 16" Engine Fan Blade for 1965, 1966 and 1967 6-Cylinder Mustangs with Air Conditioning.
Is the cooling system on your 6-Cylinder Mustang need some attention? Replace that old 4 blade fan and replace it with this high quality 6 blade fan from Classic Auto Air today! This engine fan blade is designed to work with 1965-1967 Mustangs with a 6-Cylinder engine that is equipped with air conditioning.
The fan blades feature rivets that get mounted toward the front of your Mustang to cool down the radiator. The tilted blades provide the perfect amount of cool air flow when sitting or driving. When you add 2 more blades to the fan provides better air flow when your Mustang is stationary.
- Fits 1965-1967 Mustangs
- Six Fan Blade Design
- 16 Inch in Diameter
- Fits 6-Cylinder Mustangs
- Works with Air Conditioning Systems
Please Note: This fan blade from Classic Auto Air is designed to be used without a fan shroud.
If your Mustang's engine isn't at the right temperature, it's not going to perform properly. Similarly, if you're not comfortable when driving your Mustang, you're going to not want to drive it anymore. That's what makes your Mustang Heating and Air Conditioning system so important. CJ Pony Parts has every part you need to keep these vital systems in your Mustang running in perfect condition.
Purchase a new Classic Auto Air 16" Engine Fan Blade for your 1965, 1966 and 1967 6-Cylinder Mustangs with Air Conditioning from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Is this a clutch fan? Will fit a 68 with I6 or is there a comparable one? If not a clutch fan do you have one for a 68 I6 with AC?
Will it work with no air. It overheat but, not fluid loss. Stalls out, hard to restart and when it does, stalls out again. Really bad.
Will it work with 1965 v8? Thanks
would this 16" fan work on 64 ranchero 302 v-8 , present fan is 17" and too close to upper radiator hose
I had to replace the OEM 2 row rad with a 4 row to help the 50 yrs old cooling system to work, better. So, will I need the change the spacer that I bot to enable the fan to fit the new thinner shroud?
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