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Old 01-24-2013, 11:28 AM
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Has any one used any body panels by Classic to current and if so how did they fit?

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Yes. Used a floor panel for a 47 Hudson. Fit OK but was more of a universal fit-em-all multi-year Hudson panel. Bought rocker panels for my Studebaker. Cost a third of other suppliers and inner/outr panels fit GREAT. Rockers for my 47 Dodge. The salesman met me out on I-75 expressway for delivery. Hows that for customer service. Fit GREAT!
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:25 AM
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Bob. Thats what I'am getting is rocker panels for a hawk or know as a c-k body. They are so cheap compared to anyone else I wasn't sure if they would fit very well. If they do I know where I will be getting rockers from now on.
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I have bought a lot off parts from them and in most cases they fit ok. I have had to work to make some of them fit. The cheaper usually means a little more work.
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