Rear defrost issue

There were only 619 XR7-Gs built. They were built along side the Shelby Mustang, and were available with every engine and transmission offered in 1968, (except the 427). This was the first Cougar to be a part of the Hertz Rent a Racer program. If you have any information about these rare cats, this is the place to share. The XR7-G registry is maintained by Royce Peterson.
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phaff417
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Rear defrost issue

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I have a 1968 G with the rear defrost which spines freely but nothing when hooked up to 12 Volts. Any clue who repairs them and if so I also need the cover? I do know someone with a NOS new but $500.00 plus shipping. Thank You
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Good working used ones with grille show up on eBay for $125. The switches and brackets and knobs are harder to find and more expensive.

phaff417 wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 15:24 I have a 1968 G with the rear defrost which spines freely but nothing when hooked up to 12 Volts. Any clue who repairs them and if so I also need the cover? I do know someone with a NOS new but $500.00 plus shipping. Thank You
1968 GT-E XR-7 W code 427 Augusta Green / Saddle
1968 XR-7 R code 428CJ Ram Air Red / Black
1910 Model T Ford Touring Red / Black
1914 Model T Touring Maroon / Black
1915 Model T Ford Touring Black / Black
1917 Model T Ford Torpedo Runabout Green / Black
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