Reproduction wrench or crank, for manually closing the factory installed sunroof installed on any 1967-73 Mercury Cougar. Sunroofs, technically moonroofs, were originally installed by ASC or American Sunroof Corporation. Hertz 1968 XR7-G cars all came with factory sunroofs, as did the Hertz rental 1969-70 Cougar Eliminators. ASC also installed sunroofs in Ford Thunderbird, Lincoln MK III.
ASC used Golde mechanical parts from Germany. Golde was a manufacturer of sliding canvas and metal roofs on 1950s-1960s BMWs, Porsche 356s and Volkswagen Type 1 (Beetle), Type 14 (Karmann Ghia).
We will seldom have an original wrench in stock. We have provided the dimensions of the "L" shaped wrench. The key information is that they use metric threads, which are 5mm-8. The rod is approximately 5/16 inches thick. The long short side is just over 1-11/16 inches (of which 5/16 inches is necked down and threaded), and the long side measures a bit more than 3-1/4 inches.