Scott Drake Metal-Backed Woodgrain Glove Box Door with a Tri-Bar Running Horse Emblem for all 1965-1966 Mustangs.
Are you sprucing up your 1965-1966 Mustang's interior? Make sure you don't forget about the glove box! This is one of the most looked-at parts of your interior, so you should definitely get a replacement glove box door that looks just as good as the original used to, like this Scott Drake Metal-Backed Woodgrain Glove Box Door from CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- Ford Licensed
- Excellent Reproduction of the Original
- Made Out of Pressure Die-Cast Zinc with Show-Car Chrome
- Metal-Backed Woodgrain Insert
- Correct Tri-Bar Running Horse Emblem
- Made in the USA
This Scott Drake C5ZZ-6506024-C Metal-Backed Woodgrain Glove Box Door has the correct Tri-Bar Running Horse Emblem on the right side. It's a woodgrain door that looks just like the ones typically found in vintage Mustangs with a Pony interior. Proudly made in the USA, this Glove Box Door has a sturdy metal-backed woodgrain insert instead of a vinyl applique like most other reproductions on the market today. This Ford-licensed reproduction is made of pressure die-cast zinc with eye-catching show-car chrome.
Scott Drake has become an iconic brand that redefines quality for reproduction and aftermarket Mustang parts and has become the standard for OEM-quality parts that offer the best fit, durability and quality. CJ Pony Parts offers many Scott Drake parts that have become so popular many customers ask for them by name. Once you try their parts on your Mustang, we're sure you will too.
Order a Scott Drake C5ZZ-6506024-C Metal-Backed Woodgrain Glove Box Door with a Tri-Bar Running Horse Emblem for your 1965-1966 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
In my previous question you referenced a "trim ring" for the oversized hole on the woodgrain glove box door. Can you provide the part number for ordering?
Which release button should I order for this door as my current button is a little too short to protrude through, also the hole for the button in the door seems larger than in my original glove box door (1965 Mustang)
Does this Scott Drake Glove Box Door with Metal Backed Woodgrain (P/N C5ZZ-6506024-C) match the Scott Drake Instrument Bezel with Metal Backed Woodgrain (P/N C5ZZ-10838-BMI)? Will both of these parts fit on a standard '65 Mustang dash?
Can I easily remove the running horse tri-bar emblem? I want to install a Shelby Cobra emblem instead. I like the Scott Drake one without the emblem, but it's on back order.
Does Scott Drake offer the instrument Bezel in wood grain to match this?
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For over 30 years Scott Drake has produced high-quality Ford-licensed restoration parts for your Mustang.
Starting off with the Trunk Weatherstrip he made while still in high school for a shop teacher, today Scott Drake offers over 9,000 products making them the largest manufacturer of Mustang restoration parts around.
Currently based in Henderson, Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas, Scott Drake is expanding his restoration line to include late model Mustang parts under the Drake Muscle Cars name.
Today let's take a closer look at some of their products and the attention to detail Scott Drake puts into them.
This is your standard reproduction '65 through '66 Pony Interior Glove Box Door; this is Scott Drake version on top. The first thing you're going to notice, Scott Drake includes the horse already mounted on the glove box door. Your standard reproduction requires you to mount it. You also see the wood grain finish is much more correct on the Scott Drake versus your standard one, even has the proper texture while your standard one has almost no texture whatsoever.
Like all Scott Drake parts, the chrome finish is of a very high quality and very even. You can see their chrome is not quite as bright, it's a little more uneven. The inside edges here even have some very minor pitting.
From this close-up if you can really see the quality, the finish on the Scott Drake door. You can see not only the wood grain finish, it's actually a wood grain texture to it as well. By comparison, on your stock reproduction, there's no texture whatsoever, the finish is slightly off, and you can even see some bumps and the glue underneath holding it on.
As you can see in our standard reproduction, the holes for the horse don't even lined-up properly with the wood grain overlay. On the edges, it doesn't go all the way over to the edge so you can see the black camera finish behind it. Compare it to the Scott Drake where the edge is nice and tight, and again your horse is already installed so no issues there either.
In addition, Scott Drake offers his gauge vessel; same wood grain, same fit and finish as the glove box door.
If you're looking for the best fitting, highest quality parts for either your restoration or your late model Mustang, make sure you check out our selection of Scott Drake products.