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Hopefully you guys can help me out. Does anybody know or recommend a certain company for repro-quarter panels (nos is too rare and pricey) for my 1967. Thanks for any info.
 
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If you find any, let me know. I'm also looking. I think I've about narrowed it down to Mustangs Unlimited or NPD. When you call to check on them, ask about s&h. Laurel Mtn, has what seems to be good sheet metal, but charges a fee for the box on large items. Qtr's have to come truck, and I've been quoted as high as $90 shipping. BTW, if anyone tells you Goodmark....they're not makeing mustang sheet metal anymore.

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I just took my 67 into the body shop to have one side done (thank you Ins. company.) The shop I use ordered from California Mustang. I went down and looked at the quarter and it looks great, shall see if the fit is as good as they claim it to be.

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I've heard you cant get quarters for 67-68 fastbacks, an I wrong? I was just going to use coupe quarters and 'make' them fit.

68 fastback, 390 4V premium fuel
80 5.0 hatch, just finished
91 5.0 coupe, daily driver
84 RamCharger 4x4 extreme mudsliger and winter junker
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The best quarter panels to get are made by GOLDEN LEGION.They made the pieces for GOODMARK.I use there parts as my first choice.If I can help just give me a shout back.
Thanks Matt Ponderosa Mustang 1 850 857 1084
 
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