Driver Side 1-Piece Torque Box for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustang Coupes and Fastbacks.
While 1965-1966 Mustang Coupes didn't come with a factory torque box in the front, it's still an important component of your Mustang's body. By 1968, Ford added these torque boxes to all three body styles for two good reasons: they increase the strength of your Mustang's front end and make for a better and safer driving experience. So if you need a replacement torque box, or you want to add one to your 1965-1966 Coupe, check out this Driver Side 1-Piece Torque Box, available from CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- Recommended for a Classic Mustang Restoration Project
- Increases the Strength of Your Mustang's Front End
- Made Out of High-Quality 14-Gauge Steel
- Welds Between Your Frame Rail and Rocker
- Pre-Welded for Easy Installation
This Driver Side 1-Piece Torque Box is recommended for anyone who's restoring a vintage 1965-1970 Mustang. It will help make your Pony's front end stronger. Made out of high-quality 14-gauge steel, this torque box welds between your frame rail and rocker. It's pre-welded for easy installation too! Even if your Mustang didn't come with a factory torque box, it's still a good idea to install one. A weak or missing torque box can result in body flex or frame twisting, which could seriously damage your Mustang.
Please Note: This torque box is for the driver side only. If you need a torque box for the passenger side, please see CJ Pony Parts # M117R.
*This driver side 1-piece torque box will fit 1971-1973 Mustangs with some modifications.
When everyone looks at your Mustang, the first thing they're going to see is the condition of your Mustang's body and sheet metal. CJ Pony Parts is positive that you'll want your Mustang looking its best, so we offer plenty of body and sheet metal parts!
Order a Driver Side 1-Piece Torque Box for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang Coupe or Fastback from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Hi, I was wondering, would you happen to know how close these are to '63 Falcon convertible boxes?
watching videos and reading forums it seems like these 1 piece torque boxes need to be disasembled to be able to get them into place on the mustangs (67 is what I have) is this true? if you can get them into place without taking them apart, how?
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