Scott Drake Dash Knob/Bezel Kit 1967-1968

Scott Drake: C7ZZ-10852-K

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Scott Drake Dash Knob/Bezel Kit 1967-1968
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Product Description

Scott Drake Dash Knob and Bezel Kit for all 1967-1968 Mustangs.

Are you looking for a new headlight knob or maybe even a lighter element and knob as well? Well, we have just the perfect kit to save you some time and some extra money!

This beautiful reproduction 5-piece dash knob and bezel kit from Scott Drake comes with all the popular pieces you want to restore your 1967-1968 Mustang. Scott Drake manufactures these knobs from quality die-cast zinc to ensure optimum performance and durability. You will also get a fresh new look in your interior that is sure to impress, with these part's chrome finish that makes for resilient, bright appearance!

Kit Includes:
- Headlight knob & bezel
- Headlight switch retainer
- Cigarette lighter element with knob & bezel

OTHER APPLICATIONS
Fits 1967-1968 Mercury Cougars


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Mustang Applications

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Product Reviews

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Great product, minor adjustment required
I purchased this kit to replace the pitted and scratched knobs and bezels in my '67 Mustang. I did discover that the tip of the headlight switch rod (cone shaped portion extending past the keyed slot at the end of the rod) was a little longer than the stock part by about 1 to 1.5 mm. This extra length prevented the rod from seating fully in the headlight mechanism and locking into place. I was able to remedy the issue by filing down the pointed tip of the cone until it was the same length as the stock part (distance from the keyed slot at the end of the rod to the tip of the cone). The switch now fully seats and locks into the headlight mechanism and works great!
John July 15, 2014
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