Full Quarter Panel Driver Side Coupe 1965-1966

CJ's Part Number: QP1L

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Full Quarter Panel for 1965-1966 Mustang Coupes.

Made from heavy gauge stamped steel, these full quarter panels are the best solution for vehicles requiring extensive repair in the quarter panel area. Includes the lip that extends into the door jamb and the lip that extends into the rocker area. Also includes the trunk lid drain rail and the area at the rear of the quarter panel where the quarter extension bolts to.

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement full quarter panel for your '64 through '66 Mustang Coupe. All of our quarter panels come in this black e-coating to protect against corrosion. The full quarter panel is going to include all of your mounting holes for your quarter extension, as well as the mounting bracket for the edge of your taillight panel and your taillight.

It's going to include the outside lip of your trunk. It's going to weld to the factory lead seam in the roof. Here we have our full quarter panel installed on this 1965 Mustang Coupe. See how it welds to the doorpost just like the factory. The upper weld to the roof from the factory would have been lead, but lead is rarely used these days. We recommend using some sort of an all metal and then a body filler to fill that in completely.

It has the factory alignment holes inside the quarter, as well as a factory drain hole at the bottom. When restoring your Mustang, if you have rust or damage in your quarter panel area, we strongly suggest using the full quarter panel. You're going to end up with a nicer finished job than using various patch panels that are available. Also, in restoring your car, the black e-coating, we suggest removing that prior to painting.