Trunk Lock Cylinder With Keys 1965-1966

CJ's Part Number: HW1463
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Trunk Lock Cylinder With Keys 1965-1966

Product Description

Trunk Lock Cylinder with Keys for all 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Having some trouble with the trunk lock cylinder on your 1965 or 1966 Mustang? This all new Trunk Lock Cylinder with a pair of matching keys is here to help. This original style, reproduction Trunk Lock Cylinder is a direct fit replacement for that missing or jammed-up trunk lock cylinder on your classic Mustang.

- Trunk Lock Cylinder with a Gasket
- Pair of Matching Standard Replacement Keys

Over the years, the original exterior locks on your 1965-1966 Mustang can become rusted and seized internally creating some serious headaches when you try to turn the key in the lock cylinder. This new Trunk Lock Cylinder can eliminate those worries. It is constructed using original specifications for a precise fit and comes with the correct gasket. A pair of matching, standard replacement keys are also included that are cut specifically for the new trunk lock cylinder.

*Does not include a trunk lock cylinder retainer.

CJ Pony Parts offers a wide variety of ignition switch, door lock and trunk lock components to get your 1965 or 1966 Mustang back on the road in no time. If you are looking to replace the entire trunk lock assembly on your 1965-1966 Mustang, CJ Pony Parts has a complete Trunk Lock Kit (HW1467) to save you time and money. Order today!

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Product Reviews

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Works for me
This trunk lock was a great replacement for my old lock that had seized up. I had to do a little drilling so that the pin which holds this cylinder into the rest of the lock assembly could fit properly.
Nicholas May 12, 2014
fit issues
The lock worked well but I bought it with the exterior trim kit. In order to make it fit I needed to use a hammer and had to drill out one of the holes to make the tab fit. Took about 2 hrs and the fit was not perfect. I got it done with a little damage but it worked!!
Steve October 6, 2013
Average Joe..Replacing trunk lock with new tumbler
I found this easy until it came time to take apart the actual lock. I had no key and could not depress pin. Key must be turned to proper position to depress said I had to drill out pin. After cleaning all parts I unwrapped my new packaged scott Drake trunk lock tumbler and found how to move key so as I was able to depress pin prior to installation.
Bob Almada September 25, 2011
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