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1995 tbird 4.6 ECU $30 shipped
96/97 ford oem used side lens I have 2 sets $35 shipped
SATC $18 shipped
Set of 4 89-90 SC Wheels $100 obo + shipping Need you address They have the aluminum center caps.
97 center consoles with air tube $45 shipped
97 maf $30 shipped
modded 97 maf $35 shipped
8 orange oval connector 19# injectors $25 shipped
2003 mustang Gt pbr brakes with brackets, bolts, pads. $100 shipped
PI intake with brackets,bolts,water tube, water pump nipple. $125 shipped
97 3G alternator $50 shipped like new
2002 CV 4G alternator with PI bracket $65 shipped
Day/night electronic rear mirrors $12 shipped
1997 mustang GT maf $45 shipped
2001 mustang driveshaft no yoke $12 + shipping
Next week will have:
1997 4.6 tbird ECU $35 shipped
Thanks for looking and I can send pics if you like
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Im interested in the PI alt bracket if you are willing to part it out from the alt and also the mustang pbr brakes.

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The ones I have left are the tbird older ones which have a motor in them. They also have the headlight sensor dimmer.
I do have one newer electonic dimmer from a lincoln it has a compass as well. Have to get $20 shipped for this one.
 

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The ones I have left are the tbird older ones which have a motor in them. They also have the headlight sensor dimmer.
I do have one newer electonic dimmer from a lincoln it has a compass as well. Have to get $20 shipped for this one.
What do you meant "they have a motor in them"? What does the motor do?

Can you send me pics of them and the Lincoln one? I'm very interested in one of them, depending on what they look like.

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Dennis
 

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the older technology used a small electric motor to tilt the mirror thus effectively dimming. Like the manual on tilts the mirror for the dim. But this one uses an small electric motort to achive that. The early mn12 and fox body cars used these during the 80's and before. The newer ones use electric polarization to do the same thing w/o a motor.
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