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Old 09-22-2011, 01:27 PM
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72 chevelle full quarters

I'm finally getting around to restoring my 72 and I am looking into getting full quarter panels both left and right. Does anyone recommend or have any experience with this as far as what company sells a good quality reproduction quarter panel for a reasonable price.

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I used Goodmark full quarter panels on my '68 Camaro, and they fit pretty well. Of course they had to be tweaked, but not too bad.
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Cool that's actually who I had in mind.. thanks!
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Old 09-23-2011, 07:24 AM
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When buying your 1/4's ,The full 1/4's are much better than the half 1/4's...I always buy the full ones and trim them down...The extra cost is worth the time it saves...
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I bought my panels from Sherman Parts. I have a 70 Nova and the quarters were actually better than the originals,lol. There wasn't a local Goodmark dealer around here and Sherman has very good pricing and customer service . Just a thought.
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