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1976 Mustang Cobra II Parts Catalog

Hey all, I'm in the works of buying a 76' cobra II and am needing alot of stuff. Mainly the Front Fenders, Was wondering if there was any good sites or catalogs for these
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Sorry bud but there are none. Not enough demand. Search ebay and craigslist. Maybe junk yards.

Oh though I walk through the valley of the rice, I fear no turbo, for torque art with me.

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Ebay has some NOS fenders and such, www.forgottenpony.com has the small, hard to find parts (used).

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www.forgottenpony.com has the small, hard to find parts (used).
And if it isn't listed in Tony's inventory, ask me...I'm the one who knows his shelves best (and I'm likeliest to know if a specific part is even there, since I probably put it there)

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Try rockauto.com I bought a ton of stuff from them. There are a few others like mustangsunlimited.com too.
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If you really want a mustang II part, the REAL place and first choice is to ask the other owners at the #1 mustang II website, Sorry folks.

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In full disclusure I am a moderator there, but really that IS the place. You will hear it straight and here it right, and generally pretty fast.

Most of us long term owners have a stash of parts from cars we have owned or parted out over the years in order to keep our cars on the road. I for sure have mine (meaning a large stash of II parts) and know many guys in the same camp. Try there first. Someone there has it.

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In a more general (and less likely to invoke the wrath of the local moderators) terms, your best option is to scour the internet for the freaky little pockets of Mustang II owners, because most of us are fanatics who end up hoarding way more spare parts (and yet rarely the ones we personally need) than needed, and most would be happy to help out another II owner, especially if it means swapping parts for stuff we can each make use of...


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ask the coyote..

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In a more general (and less likely to invoke the wrath of the local moderators) terms, your best option is to scour the internet for the freaky little pockets of Mustang II owners, because most of us are fanatics who end up hoarding way more spare parts (and yet rarely the ones we personally need) than needed, and most would be happy to help out another II owner, especially if it means swapping parts for stuff we can each make use of...

ask the coyote first...
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looking for a set of motor mounts for my 76 mustang II with a 302 in it. I need the ones that bolt to the motor. Anybody have these?? I can't find them anywhere!!!
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looking for a set of motor mounts for my 76 mustang II with a 302 in it. I need the ones that bolt to the motor. Anybody have these?? I can't find them anywhere!!!
Get in touch with Scott at SSC. I think he's a dealer for Brett's engine mount rebuild kits, and they sometimes have complete rebuilt mounts available.

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