I am restoring a 1972 Pantera that I bought as a project.... in other words I bought many boxes of parts. I figured out and assembled most everything except for the parts in the picture below... They may be for a different car that the seller threw into the boxes of parts.... but they may be for the Pantera.. The flange is too small for exhaust, but not sure what it could be for.. There was only one.. Thanks for help!
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The part in the right is the stop for the gas pedal.
Ditto on the bracket. The flange does not look correct for anywhere on the pantera.
cannot tell from the photo, but if the two black pieces are rubber and folded in half they are the isolators used to attach the door glass to the bottom track
Is the rubber gasket the one that goes behind the red light in each door end?
sorry, was hard to tell
Thank you for the reply! I would have never guessed that one parts to be a throttle pedal stop!
I posted additional pictures of the two rubber things... They aren't the window attachment rubbers or anything for the door light. I am pretty certain that these two rubber pieces came from the car as I think I removed these prior to paint.... but then again, I was working on a couple of different cars at the time... Getting close to done!
The flange is steel....
OK, we have now at least confirmed they are rubber. Can you provide more description of what we’re looking at? Is the hole just a plain hole or is it threaded. Why the difference in color between the dark black and the center section? One photo it looks like they have a taper?
The two black rubber or plastic pieces are about one inch long and 3/4" wide. There is a recess for a screw of some sort. They are wedged shaped from about 1/16" to 3/16" . The center section where the screw is still has mold release in it giving it a lighter color. It looks like a buffer of some sort but not sure what it might be buffering!