How To Install A Rally Pac
Scott Drake Enterprises Now Offers High-Quality Reproductions Of The Popular '65-'66 Option
For the better part of three decades, Scott Drake Enterprises has kept the high-quality reproduction parts coming to classic Mustang enthusiasts. One of the latest examples is the reproduction Rally-Pac for '65-'66 Mustangs.
For the ever-popular Rally-Pac, Scott Drake acquired the tooling from another manufacturer that had been reproducing the vintage tach and clock clusters for a long time. Drake has taken an already terrific product and made it better with more features and available colors than before. You can now get Electroluminescent (EL) tachometer and clock faces in your Rally-Pac if that's what you need to match an EL instrument panel. Instead of an old-fashioned electromechanical clock movement, you get a reliable quartz movement with less battery drain and on-time performance.
"The needs of today's enthusiasts are growing quite diverse as they build and maintain their vintage Mustangs," Scott Drake tells us. "Whether it's a restoration project, a custom build, or a routine maintenance to a daily driver, our team takes great pride in offering the finest engineered parts for every project." Drake added that not only are these Rally-Pacs accurate in every detail, they exceed original Ford engineering standards.
Scott Drake Rally-Pacs have a powdercoated finish for outstanding durability. Available colors include white, black, aqua, dark red, bright red, light blue, parchment, Ivy Gold, and satin chrome. You get high-pressure zinc die-cast construction for exceptional quality and longevity. Both 6,000 and 8,000 rpm tachometers are available for V-8 applications, with a 6,000 rpm unit available for six-cylinder Mustangs.
The Scott Drake Rally-Pacs are easy to install thanks to included instructions. We're adding the "high-profile" Rally-Pac, as used with 5-dial instrumentation, to a '66 Mustang in process, so not everything is installed yet, including the instrument panel.