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Old 08-04-2003, 12:18 AM
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Question AOD Shifter Bezel?

I'm putting an 87 Mustang GT AOD in my hot rod. I am using the stock 87 Mustang shifter. The shifter bezel is from a console car and sticks up too far off the floor.

Does anyone know of a non-console floor shifted AOD application that I could get a more flush fitting shifter bezel from?

I have a few vintage Mustang shifter bezels, but they don't line up very well. I figure the easiest thing would be to find a good stock AOD bezel.



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Lokar might have something that would work.
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