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Of a '65 or '66 fastback right behind the rear glass at the trunk gap. Photo from side, if possable, to show contour. Anyone know of a web site that shows this? I'm trying to fit an aftermarket trunk lid and I have a situation where the trunk lid is 1/2 inch lower in the center. Not sure if it is lid, or car body since the PO used it as a truck to haul anything and everything in. The original lid was warped and twisted beyond use. And I'm afraid that when it jammed shut, he lifted the lid and bent the panel behind the glass. ( Sorry, but I don't know anyone in town with a fastback.)
 

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The blue stripes on my fastback screw up the view of the shape and contour of the area beneath the back glass. Or it's me and the camera.

Sorry. I'm sure someone else will help though.
 
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Sorry for the picture quality. Not much light in my garage. Are these the angles you’re looking for?

http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dgjimenez/images/65-fb-rear-1.jpg
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dgjimenez/images/65-fb-rear-2.jpg
 
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That's the view. thanks, guys. Damned import trunk lid. I've kind of "bent" the correct contour to it by placing a 2X4 under the lid and closing it on it. Much better now, but it still needs improvement. And this was a Goodmark lid before they got out of the business of Mustangs! Wish I had an original. Then again, it could be the damned PO abuse of the car.
 
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