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HANDLE, PARKING BRAKE


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HANDLE, PARKING BRAKE
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Item # 2760-1E
MPN # 2760-1E
Brand: Scott Drake

$48.51
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DESCRIPTION

HANDLE, Parking Brake, black billet aluminum, custom, OE look, Pin location on the 64 1/2s is 90 off the 65-66 location, You will have to re-drill for early handles, ** See also 2760-5A for RH drive conversion model! **

Manufacturer Reference #'s: C5ZZ-2760-BLTBK,

Vehicle Information

Year-Range (bold)      Model (bold)      Fits/Applications

1965-1968 MUSTANG

1967-1968 COUGAR

1965-1965 FALCON

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and DEHP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

REVIEWS

3 Star Avg.
3 Reviews

67% of reviewers recommend this product.

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Verified Buyer HANDLE, PARKING BRAKE

product looks good, uses a set screw to attach to shaft. Time will tell if it will say secured. But it looks a feel good.

Submited on November 20, 2019 by

YES I would recommend this product.

Quality

5 Stars

Value

5 Stars

Verified Buyer HANDLE, PARKING BRAKE

I have been annoyed by broken Mustang parking brake handles since the 90's. This seems like such an obvious fix for that dumb old OEM design. It's a beautiful part and from 18" away you'd never guess it wasn't original. It does use a setscrew instead of the factory pin for mounting. I opted to match-locate and drill a dimple on the parking brake shaft to make sure the setscrew gets a good bite. This procedure might be difficult if you don't remove the shaft assembly from the car.

Submited on December 04, 2020 by

YES I would recommend this product.

Quality

5 Stars

Value

5 Stars

Verified Buyer HANDLE, PARKING BRAKE

it looks like a quality product, unfortunately it didn't fit correctly. the attachment pin is on the wrong side

Submited on February 19, 2021 by

Quality

4 Stars

Value

1 Star