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Apr 25, 2011

Autolite Battery for your Mustang

Autolite Sta Ful Battery.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc

Our customers have been very pleased with the reproduction of the Autolite Battery that we now handle.  As Mustang car show season approaches, these Autolite Batteries have been extremely popular.

We keep them in stock and ready for shipment.  They are available in both the more common Group 24 size and the larger Group 27 size.

Here is the description:

These Autolite script batteries are made using the original case and cover molds. They are authentic reproductions of the original Autolite Sta-Ful Batteries, but they are now maintenance free AGM. No more acid mess. These batteries utilize the latest AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) technology and never require adding acid or water filling. They come fully charged and ready for installation. The electrolyte is trapped in the separators so the battery cannot leak, even if the case is broken.

These are new reproductions and are nicer than the others available in that they are not generic batteries inside a case.  As mentioned above, they are full true AGM batteries.  They are also made in the USA.

These will now be in stock at our store rather than drop shipping them (depending on manufacturer supplies, of course), but there should be no problems supplying them.

The batteries carry a 90 day free replacement warranty, and a 4 year pro-rated warranty that begins at the end of the 90 days. 

Crank Amps @ 32 degrees F = 690
Cold Crank Amps @ 0 degrees F = 550


Mustangman said...

Which battery is correct for a 1965 GT350 with the trunk mounted battery?

Virginia Classic Mustang Inc said...

Which battery is correct for a 1965 GT350 with the trunk mounted battery?


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