Pop-Open Fuel Cap Kit with the Running Horse Tri-Bar Logo for all 1969 Mustangs.
Is your 1969 Mustang in need of a gas cap upgrade? Or maybe its original gas cap is missing all together? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, you're going to want to take a closer look at this Pop-Open Fuel Cap Kit that features a Running Horse Tri-Bar Logo, now available from CJ Pony Parts!
This Pop-Open Fuel Cap Kit with the Running Horse Tri-Bar Logo features an external pop-open cap that has a brushed center with a chrome outer ring. It swings down and reveals a standard twist-off fuel filler tube cap. The included mounting frame and bezel both feature a lovely chrome-plated finish too! You'll get everything you need to upgrade from a screw-off type gas cap or to replace your existing pop-open style fuel cap.
Make your Mustang shine! If your Mustang's exterior trim is missing or worn after years of exposure to the elements and road debris, CJ Pony Parts has plenty of all new parts waiting for you. Most original equipment is available, plus a few options not common to certain Mustangs, so you can really set your Mustang apart from the crowd.
Order a Pop-Open Fuel Cap Kit with the Running Horse Tri-Bar Logo for your 1969 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Would you please give me a guesstimate on how long the wait is for this part? Thanks
Hi, What is the postage cost for this item and what is the wait time. Cheers Steven
Hello there, I can I also only buy the accessories? The external pop open cap I have. I miss everything else (spring, screws, closure etc.)
I would like to know the cost for shipping to Malta EU of the 69 fuel flip cap with running horse emblame, with FeDex, UPS or others
The Fuel Flip cap with the running horse as described as part #GC69P quoted $101.99 how much would the shipping to Malta EU cost.
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These are all the parts that are included in pop open gas cap kit for the '69 Mustang. It actually gives you two options as far as how to mount it. The pieces over here for the original pop open style; if you want the look without the pop open function; they include a gas cap as well. We are going to show you how to assemble it before we install it on the car.
For this installation we used a regular Philips-head screwdriver, a small tip Philips-head screwdriver and a pair of needle-nose pliers.
The first step in the assembly is to mount the emblem. You'll line up the holes and press in. You will use the retaining washes and put them on the back to keep it in place. You will use the pair of needle-nose and crease them just slightly before you put them on so that they fit tight.
The next step is the spring. It's gonna go on the door right over the clips we just installed. I'm going to grab the cap itself. You want to put the washer in the center. Now put the screw in the center. Then, push down on it while tightening. Next, we'll install the gasket over the cap here. Make sure you line up the holes. Now we'll install the cap and the retaining screws. Now our cap is ready for installation.
Our '69 Mach 1 came with factory pop-open gas cap, but, like the rest of the car though, it could use a little bit of brightening and so we are going to install our new gas cap. The first step, pop open the gas cap and remove the retaining screws. Once you have all the screws out, grab the bottom and give it a little tug and it'll come right off. We are going clean it up a little bit before we put the new one on. We are now ready to install our new cap. The four screws on the outside were removed. This stud here is for a fifth screw that comes from the inside to make it so no one can steal your cap. We'll install the outside ones first. You can reuse the original hardware or we do offer new hardware as well. Now, you are ready to install the last screw from the trunk and our installation is complete.
Remember, if you chose to use the pop-open assembly, you do not use the gas cap that is included in the box. Our new pop-open gas cap really glows on the back of our otherwise original '69 Mach 1. You will probably spend more time assembling the cap then it actually takes to install it. Figure no more than 20 minutes for the whole process. You'll be back on the road in no time.