Category: Steering and Suspension
1965 and 1966 Shelby Sway Bar Bushing Brackets – Pair Original Ford Part Number is C0DD-5486-A
1965-66 GT350 Shelby Mustang One Inch Sway Bar Bushing Mounting Brackets.
Made exactly like the originals from assembly line parts.
Made in the original .103 inch thickness like the assembly line brackets rather than the NOS ones that are only .091 inch thick.
Virtually impossible to tell from the original.
Original Ford part number is C0DD-5486-A.
Come in the original bare metal finish with a hard (undetectable) protective coating to protect the finish.
Sold as a pair.
Virginia Classic Mustang Exclusive.
In stock and ready to ship!Our Part Number is SU-3211.
Perfect compliment to our SU-321 Exact Reproduction Bushings.
1965 and 1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang Idler Arm Bushing.
We now have the idler arm bushing for the 1965 and 1966 Shelby Mustang. This bushing is exactly like the original with the steel inner and outer sleeve. It is even marked “Harris Silentbloc 62366.”
This bushing will also fit the 65-66 Mustang Power Steering Idler Arm (original arms only.)
It is our part number SU157.
1965 and 1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang One Inch Sway Bar Rubber Bushings (Insulators) are now available. The original Ford Part number on this part is C0AA-5493-A.
We are very excited to announce the availability of the one inch sway bar bushings (insulators) for the 1965 and 1966 Shelby Mustang. These rubber bushings are a Virginia Classic Mustang exclusive.
I’ve just noticed some NOS bushings selling for over $200.00 a pair, and I really wanted to see some nice and correct bushings available for these cars at a reasonable price.
I could not be more pleased with how they turned out. It is virtually impossible to tell these from the originals or an NOS Ford Part.
They were made using an original sample, the original Ford Blue Prints, and an NOS sample of the original part number, C0AA-5493-A.
Order Part number SU-321. They are only $22.95 …
All of the 1965-68 Mustangs with the 9 inch rear end assembly had a special shield over the center section. On the top of this shield was a rubber bumper as pictured here. Since the ’66 GT350’s were all K Code Mustangs, they, of course had