Rotunda Trim Rings
A friend of mine came across a set, actually 2 sets, of Ford Rotunda trim rings . The rings are a waffle patterned stainless steel with a narrow vinyl whitewall attached to the front face. Very similar to the old Port-O-Walls from the 50's. Upon seeing them I had to get them. They are now installed and a nice addition to the car. The box is labeled with a 65 part number but the instructions are dated 64. I have never seen these before. And because they are trim rings they are a carry over from the full size Fords because Mustangs used full wheel covers. But they are in the accessory catalog.
Highlander Custom Headrests
These are a way cool find. They are an aftermarket headrest from 1966 made by Highlander . The sweet part is that these came from a friend of mine and the color is almost a dead on match for my interior. They bolt to the seat back and are adjustable in height. There similar piece to this in the Ford accessory catalog and they a very much alike. The dating comes from the instructions which are dated 1966. Another period perfect add-on!
And, yes, they did offer skirts as a dealer accessories! Not a popular option then, but they did offer them none the less. They were offered as a FAA ( Ford Authorized Accessory ).
Gill Trim For The Grille
This piece of aftermarket trim goes over the cast in gills on the grille surround. Factory units are chrome. A cool dress up item. Being repoped in plastic now.
Locking Gas Cap
This is another repop of the dealer unit. It was acquired for a couple of reasons. The primary one being that at some shows, specifically ones that are indoor, they require that the tank cap be locking or taped shut. I opted for the locking solution.