Product DescriptionDynacorn Door Shell for 1964-1966 Mustangs.
When your classic Mustang's door shells have too much corrosion to repair, replace them with Dynacorn's reproduction door shells.
This item is available to be purchased for driver side only, passenger side only, or in pairs including both driver and passenger side.
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- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
- 7 Reviews
I've read so many 'horror stories' regarding poor repro doors, that I thought it would be money well spent to order the better repro doors. First of all, they were packed extremely well and arrived damage free. Second, when we mounted them we had no problems getting them to align with the factory quarter panels. The body lines matched up almost perfectly, or so close that I could not pick out any difference. I am totally satisfied and glad that I spent the extra money. If you're looking for doors, these are worth checking out. Good job Dynacorn!
I purchased a pair and overall the doors are pretty good. However, the drivers door has ripples in the metal on the hinge side. In the pictures (second row, second picture) you can see ripples. I contacted CJ Pony Parts because I thought it was a manufacturing defect. Apparently, this is considered normal. The other reproduction doors (DRL) have the same problem (shown it the pictures for that door as well). Not the end of the world, but disappointing.
I was impressed with the quality of the doors I received. My original doors were in poor shape and the amount of time required to repair them would have been very substantial. I spent quite some time adjusting the hinges and on the drivers side door I had to shim the upper hinge out just slightly. However, I was able to get a good fit and consistent door gaps without any alterations to the door itself.
The doors are a very nice fit and finish. I like the quality of them however; they are listed as 64-66. YOU MUST USE 66 BOLTS on 1965 mustangs
I had heard good and bad things about repro doors - but I have nothing but good things to say about mine. They needed a bit of sanding along the edges to get them to have good consistent gaps, but were really not bad at all to work with. All of the holes on the inside were exactly consistent with stock, so there were no problems installing windows, door panels, etc.
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