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Old 06-08-2005, 06:01 PM
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1968 Mustang Patch Panel Problems

I am in the process of restoring a 1968 Mustang Coupe and am in need of a little help. There is a small amount of rust on the front quarter panel on the passenger side, right infront of the rear weel. I can find small patch panels for the 65/66 but can't locate one for the 67/68. Is this part not in existance or will the 65/66 part work? Thanks in advance, this is my first rebuild and I am reying to do it as quickly as possible, I know that this is not usually advised but I do have a limited time frame i'm working with. So far so good, when I bought it the drivetrain was almost all brand new all it needed was cosmetic TLC and so far thats all I can see that she really needs. Check out my web page for pics!

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How bad is it? You could make a patch or buy quarter panel wheel flare replacement that sells for $29.95 from NPD
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http://www.parts123.com/PartFrame.as...=CJ_Pony_Parts

You'll want the "wheel flair" in the body section.
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If it is rusted through in that spot chances are good you will find more rust inside so why not check out a q-panel skin? They are cheap and not much more work than a patch.
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