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I am looking to buy some fiberglass parts & maier came up in conversation, anyonew ever use there stuff, how is the glass?
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I have a set of rear flares on my 70 convertible from Bill that I installed about 7 years ago and am perfectly happy with them. Moreover, when I had questions about their installation, Bill personally talked to me on the phone to give me some pointers on correctly installing them. Bill Maier has been around as long as the Mustang has and he is a top notch person who sells top notch products.

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I don't know about the newer glass coming out of Maier. But a couple of years ago now, I picked up a front clip, both fenders, racing apron and front spoiler (one piece) and a shelby hood. The guy that I bought them from told me he had purchased them in '76. They are still in great shape, except for a couple of fixes here and here and alot of old paint to remove.

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I've not bought fiberglass from him, but have bought other items over the years. He knows his stuff and
stands behind it. I don't have a current catalog but I seem to remember a good selection of fiberglass.
I have purchased fiberglass from Tony Branda, and would recommend him also, if you haven't considered
him.

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Bill is likely the oldest currently producing Mustang fiberglass maker today. Bought a fair amount through the years. I always suggest that you get the oldest stuff he has on the shelf. These shops can ship out some pretty "fresh" parts and they often need to cure a bit before installing and refinishing them IMHO

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I haven't bought fiberglass, but I have bought parts from him before, and can concur with some of the others that the personal customer service I received from Bill Maier was exceptional.

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