Jim Osborn Reproductions Air Cleaner Decal 289 2V 1965-1966

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Jim Osborn Reproductions Air Cleaner Decal for 1965-1966 Mustangs with a 289 2V Engine.

When it's time to add some finishing touches to your newly restored 1965-1966 Mustang, be sure to check out CJ Pony Parts' selection of Jim Osborn Reproductions products, like this Air Cleaner Decal!

This Jim Osborn Reproductions DF13 Air Cleaner Decal is made to fit and look just like the original decal found on 289 cubic inch 2V engines with factory air cleaners. This decal is an excellent replacement for old decals that are worn or faded because of aging. Ford-licensed, this decal is easy to stick on your air cleaner, and it'll give your engine bay a more genuine appearance, which is great news for those looking to make their Pony as authentic looking as possible.

Throughout the last 50 years, Ford has published extensive documentation on the Mustang, including manuals and decals that help owners through many problems. On earlier Mustangs, you might not have any idea where those books are, and the decals might be long gone. Replace both with one of the options available from Jim Osborn Reproductions!

Order a Jim Osborn Reproductions DF13 Air Cleaner Decal for your 1965-1966 Mustang with a 289 2V Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Decal! I put this on my new Scott Drake 1965 concourse air cleaner and just smiled because now the engine is starting to resemble the glory days of the past. Great decal!
Date published: 2015-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome stickers They look good on my motor and are very well made everybody likes them
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finishing touch on air cleaner Great restoration products everytime. Good value always free shipping
Date published: 2016-12-01
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Jim Osborn Reproductions Air Cleaner Decal 289 2V 1965-1966 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We still have a lot of videos planned for Lucy, our '65 Mustang convertible, and recently we installed a rally pack, and while we were doing that, we were working under the hood and thought it'd be a good idea to freshen up the engine as well. We're not going to rebuild it or anything like that, we're going to make it look a lot better, and we're going to start by installing these Scott Drake Valve Covers.

These Scott Drake Valve Covers will fit your small-block Ford and will be the correct color for your 1964-1/2 through 1965 Mustang, and you want to pick up a set of gaskets to install these. While we're in there, we're actually going to restore our factory air cleaner by repainting it, put some new stickers on to give a nice, fresh look.

Parts used for this installation video include Scott Drake Valve Covers VC43, PTGLD Gold Paint, PTBLK Black Engine Paint, DEC013 Air Cleaner Decal, DEC150 Front Air Cleaner Decal, VCG20 Valve Cover Gaskets, F481 Valve Cover Bolts, HW1355 PCV Grommet, and HW388 Air Cleaner Snorkel Snout Screws.

Our 289 on our 1965 Convertible runs real well, but it's definitely starting to show its age a little bit. Now we're not looking for a show quality engine bay, but the valve covers and a fresh coat of paint on the air cleaner should really clean up the engine.

We'll start just by getting the air cleaner off, we'll do the valve covers first. We're going to pull the spark plug wires off of here first. You can actually remove them, or you can just move them out of the way. There's honestly plenty of space to work, so you really don't have to take them off. Then we'll start by removing the bolts. I'm going to get the original gasket off here.

Now you want to clean this surface off here, to make sure there's no residue from the original gasket. Use a scraper for big pieces, a little bit of sandpaper for the smaller stuff.

We have our new valve cover here with our gasket, so what we're going to do, there's little slots here to press the cork in, that'll hold the gasket in place, makes it easier to line the bolts up when we install it. I use cork or rubber, I actually prefer the cork ones, but either one will work. Make sure it's seated, now it's ready to go on the car.

While we're replacing the covers we'll put some new hardware in as well, as you start with the top center one. Don't tighten it all the way down, just get it snug that you can still move the cover, get everything else lined up. Now working from the inside out, we'll snug them down. You don't have to get these real tight either, just get them snug. Now I'm going to do the same thing over on the passenger side.

Before we even get started over here on the passenger side, you can see how much better the engine bay looks just by installing a valve cover. Both of these along with the new air cleaner all cleaned up should make it look a lot better.

We'll put a new PCV Grommet in the valve cover. Install the PCV. Now I can move on to the air cleaner.

I'm going to start by taking everything apart first then cleaning it and sanding it down. First thing we're going to do is take the snorkel off the base. Now we're working on the lid itself, and you want to get the original stickers off. Now depending how old they are, these have obviously been replace at some point in time, a heat gun, get them as soft as possible, and if you have to use a scraper or razor blade, whatever, you'll need the surfaces as clean as possible before we paint it. Yours probably won't come off that easily.

Now what you want to do is get some sandpaper, and just scuff the surface. It doesn't have to be completely stripped down. Just to make sure there's no build up on it anywhere. Once you have it scuffed, then you want to thoroughly clean it up and get it nice and dry before we paint it.

Now if you had to take down your air cleaner beyond the gold paint down to almost bare metal, at this point you want to use a primer. Now in our case since the gold is still there, we're just going to paint right over it. You want to make sure you're in a well-ventilated area when you do this. I'm going to do a couple even coats on it. I'm going to repeat the process with the base which is also going to be in gold, and the snorkel gets painted black.

Now we're going to install our 289 sticker on here. I'm not putting all the correct decals on, this is not by any means correct, all we're just doing is making the engine bay look a little bit nicer. We're going to place the front decal as well.

Reassemble the snorkel, we'll use new hardware here as well.

That's all there is to it, you're installation is finished.

A set of Scott Drake Valve Covers and a little bit of paint, and the engine bay on Lucy looks a lot better than it did before. Now like I'm saying this is not a correct by any stretch, kind of restoration, this is just making it a little bit better and a little bit cleaner to look at. So this is an installation that anybody can do, it's an excellent first timer for someone who's looking to start to working on their car. It's about an hour of work, you should be back on the road in no time.