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Bodywork 101

Reply #15
quarters are tough to find. Especially rust free. you could ask someone that's parting a car. sections are easier to obtain then an entire panel, but you will need to know how to weld.

in other words...they are tough to find
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Bodywork 101

Reply #16
Quote from: DeltaElite121;342449
Going to pick up the parts in 10 minutes. I'll post pictures when I get back for all your enjoyment.

 
Its been almost a year and a half, is he back with those parts yet??

Bodywork 101

Reply #17
okay ill try that. i just need the part of the pannel around the wheel well. im a mechanic in the army. i can weld, just gotta find that diamond in the rough to use lol