Some Glassic parts info
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Model A Ford Parts that fit Glassics / Replicars
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of additions, corrections or clarifications as you find them.
|Bumpers||either the 28-29 or 30-31 will fit. Both were used at
different times on the cars with the two bar bumpers
The 28 - 29 style are the ones bent at each end, where the 30 - 31 style is straight across, with a slight curve.
|Hood latches||Available in catalogs, either painted or stainless. There are two different types used on the Model A's. Order the correct ones that have 2 mounting holes.|
|Bumper medallions||Will fit the cars using the two-bar bumpers|
|Tops||Must be custom made. No stock top will fit either the Roadster or Phaeton.|
|Side Curtains||Must be custom made. The specs are different for Generation 1, 2, and 3&4 cars. 4 generations of Glassics explained.|
Parts that fit the International running gear (Generation 1 cars) 4 generations of Glassics explained.
|oil filter 1966||Wix 51156, Fram CH333PL Napa 1156|
|fuel filter 1966||Wix 33943, Napa 3943|
Compatible parts that fit the Mustang running gear (Generation 2 onward) 4 generations of Glassics explained.
|Please send your findings.||Many part numbers appear elsewhere on the site. See the tech page for the component|
|Steering U-joint universal joint on a 1973||NAPA P338 -- shows as coming from a Dodge truck from the period, but size matches, per owner.|
|Steering box on a 1972||is a Ford SMA-B from a 70-77 Maverick or Comet.|
|The Pittman Arm on a 1972||is from a 70 Maverick and has the Ford Part Number D0DA-3590-A|
|drive line on a 1974||From Rich, car 1148, a 1974 - received
I have recently rebuilt the rear end and drive line and Ford parts are what worked. I ordered from Kragens rear seals and bearings and all the brake hardware and wheel cylinders matched 1974 Ford Maverick.
However the driveline rebuild I am working on, Ford Maverick u joints do not fit. I will let you know what does. We have also completely replaced all of the front end with coil-overs and I will send pictures as to the looks soon.
Still trying to find the rear leaf spring bushings.. I can tell you what does not fit, Bronco, Maverick, Mustang, Econoline…(The answer to THAT item, we think, is HERE.)
UNIVERSAL JOINTS -- U JOINTS -- These fit car 1148, a 1974:
The ujoints according to the shop are a 1310 series part number spr5-785X and a NPO1-4635
|shocks, brake shoes, steering stabilizer
|In 2015, owner of car 1178, a 1974,
supplied this info
I have replaced my FRONT SHOCKS MONROE GAS-MATIC59001
REAR SHOCKS MONROE GAS-MATIC5600
FRONT BRAKE SHOES S169
REAR S151 STEERING
STABILZER MONROE MAGUN SA1930
|Brakes on a 1977||Look at brakes from a '74 Maverick. Part #03179. I think the master cylinder could be part AA492. These are from notes I found from a phone call I got from a Joe Nave in Kansas City, MO. It appears that he never registered his car. 1/07|
|Dave (Phaeton 1279) reported in 2011 that the BRAKE BOOSTER for his car was a perfect bolt-in match for a 1979 Granada.|
|alternator bracket 1978||The lower, curved arm on my 78 has the Motorcraft part number D3AE-10145 - CA. It appears that the end was cut off to fit the space. An eBay replacement set in chrome that was supposed to fit the Ford 302 -- neither the main bracket or the lower arm fit.|
|On my 1978, a '78 Mustang II speedometer cable was a direct replacement. The fitting on the speedometer end was a screw-on on the Glassic but the replacement was a slip-on, with a plastic retainer clip. It fit, however. Note - get someone with skinny hands to reach up behind the speedometer. It's a tight fit!|
|Front end parts 1980||I was at the auto parts store (Napa) and what they came up with , for the sway bar end links that I was looking for , is the front end is a 1978 Mustang 2 , which was the same from '74-'78........Rich W.....car #1456|
|2015 - owner of car 1452 replaced smog pump (to please California
smog rules) with "1973 mustang 302V8 part number CRD 32-290" -
also the belt that worked for this was Gates 7329 (6mm x 845mm)
|Car 1254 - voltage regulator was faulty. The replacement is part # VR440SB|
|Components for a 1981||
Some are original quality parts, some are upgrades - Info provided by the owner of Car #1505 -- at this date, (June, 2008) it is the highest (last) VIN on the owners list)
Power Rack and Pinion JEGS AGR 80-93 Mustang 20:1 012-711061 $249.99
Power Steering Hose Advance Powercraft 85 Ford LTD 2.3L 1 Bbl 71116 10.88
Front Hub/Rotor O'Reilly WAGNER 80 Pinto BD60420 36.99
Front Hub Seal O'Reilly Nat. 80 Pinto 6815 5.98
Oil Filter Any Purolator (short filter) PL14670 4.94
Power Steering Filter CarQuest CARQUEST (canister type P-176) CFI 85430 8.25
Lower Radiator Hose NAPA Gates 20058 check on
A/C Belt Ford Motorcraft JB 527-L 42-1771DF "
Alternator Belt Ford Motorcraft D2AE 8620 CSIA DF "
Power Steering / Fan Belt Motorcraft JB 423 42 1571 DF "
Rear Sway Bar Bolts/Bushings TRW 95-2003 Ford Explorer 18155HD "
Front Shock Absorbers Advance MONROE 75 Ford Mustang ll 2.3L 56003 41.96
HP Water Pump Summit Flow Kooler 78 351 cu. in. w/PS, AC 1650
Engine FORD 302 cubic inch 2 barrel 1979 Ford Granada Family
Transmission FORD C-4 Automatic
Differential FORD 7 1/2" 2.73 to 1 ratio, coil springs, air shocks, control arm susp.