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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodButcher View Post
    Found them on ebay, 200 each. I wonder if the radius is similar to the front?.
    Mac used a rocker panel to make my front bottom edge on my
    68. Came out great.
    1966 Chevy Display, "Southern Belle"
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    You happen to have any pics of the process Smiley?

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    I made my own rockers and used the extra to make the front panel behind the bumper. I took these pics with my phone and haven't figured out how to turn them the right way, maybe someone can turn them.
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    1970 108 panel, 350, 700R4, power tilt steering, power brakes, power windows
    1969 90 panel

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    Yep rc, I've got that section to work too. There is cracked bondo and aluminum flashing hanging there on mine.

    What I hope to do is gather all the repair panels I think I'll need then start one bite at a time. I'm not a tin knocker by any means but have played around a little. I'm not after perfection or show quality, just immortality...

    Not too much to ask, right?
    LOL!

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