Power Antenna Kit Chrome Finish 1964-1973

CJ's Part Number: ANT15

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ANT15

Product Description

Universal Power Antenna Assembly for 1964-1973 Mustangs.

This complete kit allows you to easily install a modern style power antenna into your classic Mustang.

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Power antenna
Don't bother with this one. Poorly made. None of the cheap plastic bezels included are large enough to cover the stock hole in the fender on my '66. Even if the bezels were designed properly, the plastic is so thin and brittle I cannot imagine them lasting for any length of time. Although, if designed properly, this wouldn't be particularly hard to install, there are no instructions and there is one odd part that I could not figure out what it was for. Bottom line is that you cannot use this on your stock fender. Even if I could, I wouldn't because it looks cheap and would almost certainly break in a short amount of time.
Gary F June 14, 2012
Consider eliminating the hole in the fender and going Sirius instead
I can't say I recommend this item. If you want original, simply use stock antenna... If I had it to do over, I would have eliminated the factory hole in the fender and gone with a Sirius antenna on the back deck lid. The mounting quality of this product leaves much to be desired. The included parts do not even cover the stock hole well enough. You would think that after all this time, someone would have designed a power antenna that would actually work and look great....I stuffed the thing back into the box and put it on the shelf. I will be using the stock antenna base with the mast shoved all the way down so the button shows as though it was a retracted power antenna just to plug the hole... Maybe some day, they will make a Sirius antenna to fill the hole.
Peter B March 20, 2012
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