Rear Upper Torque Box Patch Panel Driver Side Coupe/Fastback 1965-1970

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Rear Upper Torque Box Patch Panel Driver Side Coupe/Fastback 1965-1970

Product Description

Driver Side Rear Upper Torque Box Patch Panel for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Coupe and Fastback Mustangs.

These Rear Upper Torque Box Patch Panels are constructed from heavy duty metal that will help support and reinforce the torque box and the body of your 1965-1970 coupe or fastback Mustang. The torque box patch panels welds in place, connecting the floor pan, the frame rail and the inner rocker panel together, preventing the body from flexing and the frame from twisting or bending.

The body and frame of your 1965-1970 coupe or fastback Mustang are meant to be sturdy and rigid. However, welding points on components such as the torque box can begin to weaken and tear after years of enduring impact and resisting flex through turns. These are available to order as just the driver side, just the passenger side or as a pair if you need to make repairs on both sides at once. These patch panels are the perfect piece for a restoration job, fixing and reinforcing the rear upper torque boxes on any 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 coupe or fastback Mustang.

These patch panels are included when you purchase a new rear torque box and also the full rear frame rails that include the rear torque box.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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I recently installed the torque box patch panel on a 1967 mustang coupe. I grabbed my sledge hammer and sawsall with the expectation that I would be banging and cutting like I have for most stamped replacement parts. The piece went in without modification or a single cuss word - which is utterly amazing. The torque patch is well made and heavy gauge metal.
Mike Bellot May 15, 2014
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