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6/19/2019 9:41 AM  #1


71-73 Mustang quarter panel patching - made a video.

I finally tackled patching the quarter panels on my 71.  Tried to capture the important bits on video.  Missed the fact that I put a ton of seam sealer between the outer wheelhouse and the patch once I was 100% on the fit and tacked it together.





 

 

7/14/2019 8:40 PM  #2


Re: 71-73 Mustang quarter panel patching - made a video.

Decided to swap out the tail panel.

As usual the repop parts are more of a kit to make what you need than actually what you need...

Had to battle the valance a bit to get it close enough.

http://i65.tinypic.com/4ky653.jpg


http://i66.tinypic.com/dqhmdt.jpg


http://i66.tinypic.com/2r61bwy.jpg

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7/18/2019 12:43 PM  #3


Re: 71-73 Mustang quarter panel patching - made a video.

Nice work! Thanks for the vid

 

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