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Thread: Rocker Panel Replacement

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    Default Rocker Panel Replacement

    Restoring an old '87 P72 with 60K original miles. Car is relatively rot free with the exception of the rocker panels on both sides where the lower fenders bolt on. Anyone replace the rocker panels (79-91) before? ill eventually bring it to a body shop for paint etc, I just wanted to know my options. I found an after market option for the 92-97, Im wondering if they can be moded to fit the box panthers.... Thanks for any input.

    Link to 92-97 Rockers

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/270719351514

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    Will not work on your 87 I recomend go to the body shop to have them made. You will find that finding parts for the Box style Vics and GMN's is a pain in the ass been there done that.

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    I figured, thank so much!

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    yeah basically unless you get lucky and find a decent junkyard donor, thats a fabricated item.

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