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Old 03-07-2011, 02:35 PM   #1
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Angry replace pass side quarter panel foxbody?

so i need to replace my passenger side quarter panel on my 88 hatchback, it has started rusting around the wheel well. one part is quite bad it is through the outer panel and through the wheel well so i know ill need to replace the outer and the wheel well, i have a notchback parts car and was thinking of replacing it from the body line down. does anyone have any advice or pictures of what they have done? thanks.
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Old 03-07-2011, 04:39 PM   #2
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I'm about to replace both on my 88 GT, I've heard that it is much easier to replace at the factory seems.. the way I see it Its easier to me to do the small amount of body work up by the 1/4 window then it would be to make the whole area along the body line look good.
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yes i totally agree with you, just having a hard time finding hathback quarter panels. i have a nothback parts car i got for 75 bucks haha so. but ill keep looking around my area for hatback quarters, but what about seperating the wheel well from the quarter and around the factory seams? have to spend alot of time straightening then out after you drill and chisel out the factory welds no?
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