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    Default Aftermarket panels for 63 Impala

    Any recommendations on what brand or company to go with when it comes to new panels? Fenders, doors, rears, rockers, floors, etc.? Looking for the best fitting and best matching to the factory body panels.

    Thanks!

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    they essential all come from one of two places...generally Taiwan in EDP
    " niggas talk a lot of shit from a safe place "

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    Quote Originally Posted by slo View Post
    they essential all come from one of two places...generally Taiwan in EDP
    Meaning they are all coming from the same factory just under different companies over here?

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    Yes exactly. all same stuff. There is a Classics to current company that I believe makes them in Detroit. Classicstocurrent.com I believe
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    Quote Originally Posted by KAKALAK View Post
    Yes exactly. all same stuff. There is a Classics to current company that I believe makes them in Detroit. Classicstocurrent.com I believe
    👍🏼👍🏼 Think they changed to c2cfabrications.com
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    i got a lower door section from cars inc about 3 years ago and they said that it came from a detroit company. the metal was same thickness as oem.

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    Look for hidden rust first

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone star View Post
    Look for hidden rust first
    Quoted for truth. Make sure to buy the GM Jig as well

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    yup cut them in half first

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    yup thats it thank you
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