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I need to replace the following gaskets on my new classic: valve covers, filler cap, and pcv valve.  I'm NOT the expert, but am sourcing these gaskets for my mechanic.  There seems to be a variety of different material that these gaskets are made out of (cork, fel-pro, rubber, nitrile).  I'm looking for some feedback on what the experts here think I should be buying.  She's a 289 GT coupe.   Thanks in advance.  

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Hard to go wrong with Fel-pro. Not sure if you can buy the fill cap gasket . I usually just make new ones with thick gasket paper and a gasket circle cutter. PCV valve seal might have to come from Ford or a Mustang parts seller. You would have to check at a parts store and see if it available from one of the gasket suppliers. Molded rubber part. 

 GT coupes are great cars ! I would own one if they weren't so darned expensive these days.

 

 

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On 7/22/2022 at 12:39 PM, TAKerry said:

Another source for parts is CJ pony parts. No idea what they have but I ran into them at a show, bunch of good guys.

Bought some stuff from them online a couple of year ago. Worked for me....

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