Scott Drake Stainless Steel Exhaust Trim Ring for 1965-1966 GT Mustangs.This trim ring features welded mounting studs with nuts and a highly polished stainless steel construction. With polished stainless steel, it won't rust like chrome plated steel reproductions. This will fit either driver or passenger side.
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Scott Drake Exhaust Trim Ring Stainless Steel GT 1965-1966 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Drew66 from May be a quality part, but doesn't fit... I bought this based on the video detailing why it's better than the economy version, the fact that it's curved in multiple ways for better fit, etc. And upon un-boxing the two I bought, they look like quality parts, although they're pretty thin. The problem is that they don't fit well with the reproduction GT valances. There's a large gap at the top, and you can't really adjust them to fit because the stainless is so thin you'd likely pucker or crease the metal if you tried. I don't blame Scott Drake for this, there's no way to anticipate how far off reproduction sheet metal will be, but it's something you should be aware of if you're thinking about using these with a reproduction valance.
Date published: 2011-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by fairview71 from Looks Product looks great and fits perfect. Makes a real statement to the quality of thew car and the product
Date published: 0020-07-09
By Bill Tumas: Bill from CJ's here with Scott Drake, who's going to tell us a little bit about his GT Exhaust Trim Rings. These fit '65-'66 GTs. On your right is our stainless steel version. On your left is the chrome-plated other guy's version. On the right is the 304 stainless steel Scott Drake version. It will never rust. There are a lot of differences between ours and brand X. The first part is, ours is stainless steel. Brand X is chrome plated. The chrome plated one's going to last a year, maybe a year and a half, and it's going to rust, and it's going to pit. We supply mounting hardware. The studs on the back have leading edges, which we call dog point edges, for proper alignment through the valance. You'll notice this part also has a compound curve. The valances curve this way, and they curve this way. It's not flat, so you're going to find it fitting properly. When you come to the back of the car, because this is positioned like this in the car, this area is very, very visible. So we really try to get in there and polish it correctly. During the stamping process, we make sure that all the de-draw stamps, the wrinkles are removed. Brand X's, no, not quite there. Ask for Scott Drake. You'll see the quality's got a big difference.