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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020 Thread Starter
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Early 1965 blower motor

I need to find out what an early 65 (before 4/31/1965) blower motor mounting plate looks like. I can't find one so I may need to have one made.

The car did not come with one so I am missing the mounting plate (and nobody sells it! grrr ) to attach a new motor to the box and firewall. Does anyone have a picture of how it goes together or anything that can help me out?

The blower motor is a 64 1/2-65 Mustang (before 4/1/65) Heater Blower Motor - 2 Speed - 3 Wire - orange black and red. The mounting plate separates and so does the fan cage. On the 65 - 66 the plate did not separate it was machine pressed together.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-15-2020
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I've had my heater box out before, but it's been so long that I'll have to look at it again (in the car) to see what it looks like. I have an October 1964 coupe, so the next time I'm out in the garage, I'll see if I can be any help to you. Just another thought here... I wonder if the early Falcons had a similar heater box?

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