1957 58 Ford & Edsel Dog Leg Rear Fender Quarter Patch Panel on 2040-parts.com
Bridgeport, Ohio, United States
NORS FACTORY REPLACEMENT PATCH PANELS MADE BY THE SCHOFIELD REPLACEMENT PANEL COMPANY. THESE WERE PRODUCED IN THE USA YEARS AGO WITH US STEEL TO MEET THE ORIGINAL VEHICLE SPECS.THEY ARE IN GREAT CONDITION AND MADE TO A HIGH QUALITY.THEY REPLACE THE AREA BETWEEN THE REAR DOOR AND THE WHEEL OPENING KNOW AS THE DOG LEG ON 4 DOOR MODEL CARS.FITS THE MODELS LISTED BELOW.
1957 1958 FORD CUSTOM ALL 4 DOOR MODELS
1958 EDSEL RANGER AND PACER ALL 4 DOOR MODELS (EXCEPT HARDTOP)
YOU ARE GETTING A PAIR OF PANELS ONE DRIVERS SIDE AND ONE PASSENGER SIDE
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