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tp coop
I'm looking for 1973- 1974 front cross panel. (the panel behind the front bumper)
Late 1973 maybe the same? and one lower reinforcement bracket.(driver side
behind front panel)
Headlight housing (driver side) 1970-1974.
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theer
Try posting this up in the Parts Classifieds section. You'll get much more attention there.
JeffBowlsby
So TP, I have limited body work experience but what is so bad about that front panel that could not be fixed easier in place than a replacement? I see a patch that could be re-worked and what looks like the need for some hammer and dolly work. Have you been advised that its irreparable?

mepstein
Looks pretty hammered already. Sorry, I just have an early parts car - 1970. Not a good match.
tp coop
QUOTE(JeffBowlsby @ May 14 2020, 05:20 PM) *

So TP, I have limited body work experience but what is so bad about that front panel that could not be fixed easier in place than a replacement? I see a patch that could be re-worked and what looks like the need for some hammer and dolly work. Have you been advised that its irreparable?


Jeff,
The front panel where the patches are where the areas are rusted out. I wish I could repair it, but don't think it would meet acceptable standards.

Thanks
Ted
tp coop
QUOTE(mepstein @ May 14 2020, 05:22 PM) *

Looks pretty hammered already. Sorry, I just have an early parts car - 1970. Not a good match.


Mepstein,

I agree, it was hammered more than once.

Thanks
Ted
tp coop
QUOTE(tp coop @ May 10 2020, 04:56 PM) *

I'm looking for 1973- 1974 front cross panel. (the panel behind the front bumper)
Late 1973 maybe the same? and one lower reinforcement bracket.(driver side
behind front panel)
Headlight housing (driver side) 1970-1974.



IronHillRestorations
If you can find an NOS piece, expect to dig very deep in your wallet. I'd expect to pay over $1500 for it, maybe more.

A salvage piece is going to be your most economical option, just finding one that hasn't gotten maimed in the removal process will be the difference.

Replacing that is going to be very tedious
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