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Monteman1971

AMD Full Quarter Panel Review

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A neighbor of mine just finished a frame on restoration of his 1970 Monte and used the AMD replacement full quarter panels on both sides. No, I did not do the install so some of this review is his words but from what I could see they were definitely the way to go if you need to replace your quarter panels. The fit and finish was right on. The wheel openings seemed dead on as well as the match to the rear panel and tail light extensions. He claimed even the holes for the side script were already drilled. He was there for the install and said they did not need to make any modifications to the panel to make it fit. Cut the old one off and welded the new one in.

Considering I've seen those partial panels that are horrific, these are certainly worth their weight! So I recommend them.

Anyone else have an experience with them? Please chime in!!

 

Steve 

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Hi Steve. This info has been mentioned in other threads. I have made the same statement about the AMD quarter panels. I have a set of nos quarters for my 71 402 4speed and my brother and myself installed a set of AMD quarters on his 72. The AMD is as good if not better than the factory originals. All the correct holes and lines. Fitment is second to none. 

     If I didn't have the NOS panels for my 71, I would definitely buy the AMD! A full set of quarter panels for about the price of one NOS quarter when you find them. Just my .02

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Yes I would highly recommend them. The thickness of the metal ,fitment and body lines are great.I used both quarters,rear package shelf and tulip panel on my 72.

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