Fiberglass Trunk Lid with Spoiler and End Caps for all 1965-1966 Coupe and Convertible Mustangs.This Fiberglass Trunk Lid is a direct bolt-on replacement for the original metal trunk lid on your 1965-1966 coupe or convertible Mustang. The trunk lid is designed with an integrated molded spoiler and comes with a pair of matching quarter panel extension end caps that help to achieve that race-inspired style. With this fiberglass trunk lid you can benefit from a dramatic reduction in weight which will help cut down on those track times!
If you're looking for a high-quality fiberglass deck lid for your 1965-1966 coupe or convertible Mustang, this is it! This Fiberglass Trunk Lid is made right here in the USA and is constructed using strong, premium quality fiberglass. The trunk lid can be mounted using the factory mounting points, original hinges, latch and hardware.
This fiberglass trunk lid features a gel-coat finish, but will require prepping, priming and painting prior to installation.
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Trunk Lid Fiberglass With Spoiler And End Caps Coupe/Convertible 1965-1966 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by channllock from quarter panel extension ends will not line up with poor quality control need refund will not line up on quarters junk inc.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by fallen771 from Looks great but LOTS of work I have an entire body kit from the same manufacturer on one of my cars and of all the parts, these were the biggest pain of the bunch to install. The trunk deck was a nightmare to get aligned and it was nearly impossible to get the quarters to be even with it. Ended up doing some metal work and some filler to get a good look and even gap. Took a lot of time and effort however. Some corners were thicker than others so it wasn't a quick and easy install. Seems they really worked over their other body parts and kind of let these slip by in comparison when it comes to ease of install. The angle of the rear panel did not even come close to matching the arc of the deck lid, so the lid had to be molded to match it. Nearly a half inch lower in the middle compared to the sides. The end caps were also a nightmare. Ended up having to remove and relocate the studs because they were pretty far off. Then had to spend hours cutting, sanding, and molding to get them to align with both the trunk deck and quarters all around. Probably cut off about a half inch all around on them. In all I probably spent about 20hrs to make me happy with the look and get everything flush. Once done the look is great, but it took a LOT of work to get there. Be prepared to spend an entire weekend cursing and slapping yourself, extensive use of hammers/dollies, putting on fiberglass and metal filler, tons of sanding, using spacers on the trunk mounts and hinges, and plenty of sandpaper in varying grits. But if you have the patience it can completely change the rear of your car and make it all worth it. I'd do it again, just not for someone else. haha.
Date published: 2015-10-28
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