Model: Mustang, Shelby, & Ford
Quantity: Enough to do one car
This is an assortment of 3 different basic tapes:
- 3" Assembly Tape
- 2" Assembly Tape
- 1" Black Masking Tape
This tape assortment has enough tape to do one car.
- 120 inches of 2" assembly tape. This is enough to do both door sill plates
- 36 inches of the 3” assembly tape. This is more than enough to hold the fuel sending unit wire harness and or the 1970 Boss 429 engine battery fender apron.
- 36 inches of the 1" heater blower motor tape
Ed Meyer believes the 2" wide tape was more common size used to cover the battery tray mounting holes on both the 1969 and 1970 BOSS 429. Both 2" and 3" is correct width in concours judging.
BOSS 429 and 1969-70 used one length or short sections of the 2" or 3" tape under the passenger door sill to retain the battery cable (see pictures).
1969-70 Shelby used the 2" or the 3" tape under the passenger door sill plate to retain the trunk mounted antenna cable.