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A while back a guy in a Lexis miscalculated .

 

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Found one of these.

 

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mike

WOW a real quarter panel, lol. I need a pair for vert project. A rev level must be a very early stamping. What is the Date code on it?

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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No one seems to care if they crash their disposable cars anymore. Unfortunately, they take ours out with them.

 

I have a left side quarter panel extension for a coupe if you need one.

 

Steve

 

Thanks for the offer.  Define "extension".

I am new at body work.

 

mike

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The extension is the piece that attaches to the back of the quarter to finish it off. Yours looks like it took a beating in the impact.

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WOW a real quarter panel, lol. I need a pair for vert project. A rev level must be a very early stamping. What is the Date code on it?

 

 

There is one other yellow marking reads "INSP APR 30 '80-2" and a paper sticker

that reads "8-28-81".  So they were still making these parts in the 80's?

 

mike

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The extension is the piece that attaches to the back of the quarter to finish it off. Yours looks like it took a beating in the impact.

 

Thanks, but I got all those parts from Don of OMS.

The original panel was badly rusted before the accident.

I never filed an insurance claim as most of the parts

that were damaged had already been purchased.  I Know,

stupid, but my choice.

 

mike

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