Not likely. The mustang shared it's chassis with the Falcon
and Comet while the Fairlane and Meteor shared a different
chassis. The Fairlane was available with a 260 in '63 which
is physically the same diminsions as a 302. In '64, the
Fairlane was available with the 289 and, IIRC, some came
with a 4V 225HP version the 289 which had factory duals. It
is likely that the H pipe for it would work if you can find
it. The only problem is the likelyhood that the exhaust
manifolds are different. If you can find one, a Hollanders
manual for that vintage may get you enough info. Most
salvage yards have the Hollanders manual but, may not have
one that old unless they have been in business a long time.
Unless this is a resto - and it obviously is not - you can
probably have a good muffler shop make you a decent setup
for less time, money and aggravation. Good resto
reproductions are very expensive for this kind of thing.
You might also be able to get off-the-shelf components from most auto parts
stores. I think the books go back that far. You can also look for mustang
sites on the web. They might have better quality pipes. The problem is that
most after-market exhaust parts are not stainless steel, so they will need
to be replaced in a few years. You may be better off with either the pipes
from the mustang shops or custom-made pipes.
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