1969 Mustang Quarter Panel Replacement Part #1

This is the first time we have replaced a full Quarter Panel. The Car we are working on in my 1969 Mach 1 Mustang, Which has already had the upper and lower Cowl Panels replaced, along with the two aprons under the hood, both strut rod supports, and the lower radiator support. We are by no means professionals, but are hobbyists who enjoy working on our cars and driving them hard. These little videos were produced to help others who may have some questions on how to perform this 0peration, and dont wish to spend the 50 or so bucks to purchase a Professionally done video. I could locate very little information on the internet about how to do this, so I spoke to friends who have done quarters on other cars, and got pointers, and just dove into it. If you dont like the way I do things dont watch the videos, if you think they are stupid dont watch the videos, and if you have snide remarks, dont watch the videos. BUT if you have some valid helpful input please feel free to leave it here. Thanks

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Part #2 1969 Mustang Quarter Panel Replacement
Well here is another little video with a little more progress

Scott Drake Wheel Well & Quarter Panel Installation on a '67 Mustang
Rust & panel repair expert John Trsar with Mustang of Chicago takes you through the steps involved in replacing the rear Wheel Well and Quarter Panel on a 1967 Mustang Convertible with perfect-fit replacement parts from Scott Drake.

Replace Mustang Quarter Panel, By lastchanceautorestore.com
This short video shows the steps to replacing a rusted out Ford Mustang rear quarter panel. The outer quarter panel skin is removed, the rusted inner wheelhouse panels are also removed. New (Goodmark brand) inner wheelhouse panels are installed along with a new (also Goodmark) rear quarter panel skin. Thanks for watching !

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