Tail lamp bezels available for 1964-70 Mustangs

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New reproduction tail lamp bezels available for early Ford Mustangs

Having trouble finding tail lamp bezels for your 1964-1970 Ford Mustang restoration project? Classic Industries has just released reproduction units for those vehicles.

“Each bezel is manufactured from quality zinc die cast materials, featuring a polished bright chrome finish where applicable and painted accents as original. Includes gasket and mounting studs as listed,” the company said in its announcement. “Sold individually or in sets.”

13489A is the product code for a tail lamp bezel for 1964-66 Mustangs | Classic Industries photo

Product order numbers are:

  • 13489A – 1964-66 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel LH or RH (each)
  • *13489AP – 1964-66 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezels (pair)
  • 13489E – 1967 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel LH or RH (each/includes gasket and mounting studs)
  • *13489ESET – 1967 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezels (set/includes gaskets and mounting studs)
  • 13489B – 1968 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel LH or RH (each/includes gasket and mounting studs)
  • *13489BSET – 1968 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezels (set/includes gaskets and mounting studs)
  • 13489H – 1969 Mustang Outer Tail Lamp Bezel LH or RH (each)
  • 13489DR – 1970 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel LH or RH (each)
  • 13489F – 1970 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel LH (each/Ford Tooling)
  • 13489D – 1970 Mustang Tail Lamp Bezel RH (each/Ford Tooling)
  • 13489K – 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Tail Lamp Bezel LH (each/Ford Tooling)
  • 13489L – 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Tail Lamp Bezel RH (each/Ford Tooling)
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For more information, visit the Classic Industries website.

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A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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