North American Turbocoupe Organization

replacing rear fender
dixiedude06 Offline
Is this possible, because if I could it would take care of some of my dent and rust problems on my car. I ask cause a dent repair guy told me to get a new rear fender instead of having the dents taken out. Thanks

87 turbocoupe, 5-speed, Completely loaded, superchip, bleeder valve set to 17 psi, Kn cone
87 turbocoupe, 5-speed, Completely loaded, some mods
93 F-150 Lightning #4593 of 5276
13.9 @ 99 mph

BJL Offline
At the body shop i work at a rear fender (quarter panel) takes about a day or two to do, and these are by guys that do this day in and out. you have to remove the rear glass and the rear side glass, the interior in the back on that side, the trunk lining, and all moldings around, including bumpers, then you have to cut the old one out, and replace with a new one, or used, and that requires welding it back in. this process it very long and it has to be lined up perfect, or it will lok bad, i owudl not recommnd doing it ona car this old unless you plan on keeping the car for along time, they just got doena 96 coagar and it was 1500 bucks for it to be done, and he got a break cuz he new the owner, so its not cheap

Brian J Larkin
1988 Turbo Coupe 5spd, dark blue and shining like a peice of polished glass.
Brian Larkin
88TC 330,000 miles
Slightly Modified

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