Door Lock Knob Chrome Pair 1967

CJ's Part Number: HW1540

Regular Price: $8.99

Special Price: $8.09

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Product Description

Pair of Chrome Door Lock Knobs for 1967 Mustangs.

Plastic injection molded parts just like the originals. Chrome plated. These knobs are sold in pairs and are the perfect compliment to original style inside door handles and window cranks.

Fits 1967 Mercury Cougar
Fits 1966-1967 Mercury Comets
Fits 1966-1967 Mercury Cyclones
Fits 1965-1967 Ford Galaxies
Fits 1965-1967 Mercury Montereys
Fits 1965-1967 Ford Thunderbirds

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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1967 mustang coupe fits good very easy to install and you can't tell they aren't original
JON August 18, 2014
Fit Great
Just wanted to review these and say I was a little skeptical at first about these knobs after reading the reviews but I took a chance and ordered them anyways. Mine fit perfect, they were not to short at all. Threaded on with ease. Look great with the door lock grommets I ordered as well. Not sure if there was a mold change or what but mine worked perfect on my 67.
Brian June 30, 2014
1967 Lock knob Set
They are a bit short. I had to screw them all the way on, then force them to screw on a bit more. I might have to cut my rod, or buy new ones later. I think it looks okay though.
Bhrandon June 27, 2013
1967 Door Lock Knob
This is a very poor replacement part. These knobs are way too short (about 1/4 inch or more when in the unlocked position) even with nice door knob grommets installed. I would not buy these knobs. This is my first disappointing purchase with this company and I have bought quite a few items.
Wada August 25, 2012
a little short
pins look nice but were a little short and did not come down to bezel when in unlock position. had to cut lock rod to hide it from showing. also did not screw on that well before and after cut
kris November 30, 2011
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