1967 Mustang Engine Dress-up
You know your car’s engine is a work of art, but it might not necessarily look like one. We can help resolve that problem — just install a few of the many 1967 Mustang engine dress-up parts that we stock. They’ll help earn your car’s power plant the attention it deserves. Whether your ride is destined for glory on the show circuit, or you just want to have the confidence that your friends will take notice when you unlatch the hood, our selection of beautifully finished valve covers, hoses, clamps and engine trim are just the outfit your engine needs to put the finishing touch on your dream build. as we
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1967 Underhood Dress-Up
1967 Mustang Underhood Dress-upOur selection of 1967 Mustang underhood dress-up parts includes pieces from some of the most renowned names in the muscle car aftermarket — names such as Scott Drake, March Performance and Ford Racing. There’s no shortage of ways to help your engine look amazing. A few of our favorite 1967 Mustang engine dress-up pieces include:
• Engine dress-up kits: This comprehensive solution will take your car’s engine bay from soiled to sultry with just a little elbow grease. These kits include a set of matched trim pieces that will have your car’s underhood dialed in and ready for show time. There are different themes available, so it’s easy to give your 1967 Mustang’s engine bay a low-profile black-and-red color scheme or deck it out in eye-catching chrome.
• Valve covers: In the days when engines had real good looks — before they all got draped in plastic and transformed into something resembling the window air-conditioning unit from your college apartment — valve covers were everything. They still are. We’ve got a huge selection of finishes available from top manufacturers. Just make sure your gaskets are good to go before you install these.
• Hoses and hose skinning kits: There’s enough hose running under the hood of your car to build a small aqueduct. Thankfully, with the help of a hose skinning kit or braided steel lines, you can improve the look. Getting rid of all that dusty factory black rubber hosing will make a big difference when you pop the hood.
• Distributor lead wiring: This part may be small, but it is important. It starts the process that sends that all-important spark to the cylinders in your car’s power plant. If you’re servicing the underhood electrical system on your car, consider replacing this small part for good measure.
• Billet accessories and filler caps: Your clutch hydraulics, radiator, washer fluid reservoir and more all represent great opportunities for improvement. Install these quality 1967 Mustang engine dress-up accessories to dial up the style. We carry pieces from March, Scott Drake and Ford Racing. They aren’t just pretty to look at — they’re built to perform as well.