427 Cobra
Door Striker
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Fuel Lines
Air Breather
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Roll Bars
Rear Axle
Body Mounting
Steering
Dash
Pedals
Engine Stand
Front Suspension
Engine Mount
Transmission Mount
Seats
Emergency Brake
Trunk Hinges
Trunk Latch
Trunk Lid Support
Door Latch
Door Striker
Door Fit
Hood
Hood Support
Rear Bumper
Gas Cap
Roll Bars Thru Body
Convertable Top
Wiring Trunk
Wiring Dash
Wiring
Wipers
Final Assemble

The Door Striker was easy to installed.

I measured about 2 9/16 from the edge to the center of the striker bolt.

About 4 inches from the top of the door to the striker bolt.

I transferred this measurement to the door jamb. Using a clamp to hold the door striker support against the back side of the jamb, I drilled a 1/8 inch hole as a pilot hole.

Then I enlarged the hold to 3/8 inch and drilled the hole in the striker support.

I used a 3/8 x 3 inch harden bolt and a short piece of 3/8 id steel tubing for the striker.

Then I drilled two 3/8 holes down and through the frame to mount the bottom of the striker support.

Later, with the door in place, I may need to enlarge the hole or slot the hole to do some fine tuning on the striker alignment.