Pair of Scott Drake Concours Correct 289 Pin-On Fender Emblems for 1965-1966 V8 Mustangs.
Is your 1965-1966 V8 Mustang missing a little something? Grab this Pair of Concours Correct 289 Pin-On Fender Emblems C3OZ-16228-A from Scott Drake and call your pony's restoration complete!
Scott Drake parts are unmatched in detail and quality, and you'll be amazed at the durability these fender emblems offer. The die-cast zinc emblems feature outstanding chrome plating and a painted black background. Beware of cheap emblem imitations!
These are factory-style replacement emblems, so the pins are in the correct location for quick installation. Included with these emblems are the large direct-fit replacement barrel clips. Easily add back some style to your Mustang's restoration today!
*Sold as a pair of two for the driver and passenger side.
*These are pin-on style emblems, which require you to use your original fender emblem holes or drill new holes in the fenders for proper installation.
Scott Drake has become an iconic brand that redefines quality for reproduction and aftermarket Mustang parts for 1964 to present Mustangs, and has become the standard for OEM quality Mustang parts that offer the best fit, durability and quality.
Order this Pair of Scott Drake C3OZ-16228-A Concours Correct 289 Pin-On Fender Emblems for your 1965-1966 V8 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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how can get the right location for the emblem 289 & running horse
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Scott Drake: About 30 years ago, our first 289 emblem was constructed from zinc dye cast and chrome plated construction. It looks authentic, but it's made out of really the wrong material, not concourse correct, but we found that we could get a great chrome job. And that's kind of been the standard. But for those of you who have concourse cars and want to correctly illustrate these kind of details, we now offer a stamped aluminum 289 emblem, which is not chrome plated; it's clear anodized. The period correct piece is a stamped aluminum piece, illustrated by the two samples that you have in front of you. The one on the right is the new reproduction stamped aluminum part, clear anodized coating. The one on the left is an old original. We'll kind of pick it up and you can see the pins are wedged in place, the but back side is a real steel stamping, much lighter than the dye cast reproductions that we've made years ago. We've also painted the background with the correct color black. This is the perfect complement for our concourse correct 289 emblem for your '65-'66.