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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 12:34 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for some fiberglass OEM style rear quaters, I have seen glasswerx and they 80 style just won't do

if you have a clean 78-79 I can use for molds,and you are near we can work something out

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I am looking for some fiberglass OEM style rear quaters, I have seen glasswerx and they 80 style just won't do

if you have a clean 78-79 I can use for molds,and you are near we can work something out

Happy Thanksgiving!
Check with Autofab. I think they used to make quarters and front fenders with no bulges but with a larger wheel opening. Got my hood from them.
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autofab is the way to go, capt bo

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Thanks for the link ! I tried to access the catalog and all area say no info! must be the system !
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There site has bin screwy for awhile, just give them a call.

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interested in fiberglass fenders as well, let us know what you find out.


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I am looking for some fiberglass OEM style rear quaters, I have seen glasswerx and they 80 style just won't do

if you have a clean 78-79 I can use for molds,and you are near we can work something out

Happy Thanksgiving!
You're welcome to swing by here. Got the driver's side that I welded on....got the passenger side panel still sitting in a corner.....have the Autofab hood 80% installed.
We can certainly weld on repair panels at my place. If you want, shoot me a private message (PM), and I'll give you the address.

My 79 build http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=207864 - Aluminum 3-core radiator, Mallory 85 HEI conversion distributor, High Angle Driveline One Tons front and rear, JBFAB Twin stick shifter kit, True trac differentials front and rear, Yukon 4.56 gears front and rear, Moser Extreme 31 spline rear axles, Borgeson adjustable steering shaft and rag joint, 95 amp 3G alternator, Fireguy/RJM Tech upgraded headlight harness, and a ton of other crap!
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let me know if you need fiberglass wheel houses for the rear !

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U.S.Body source in Hampton Florida also sells nice pieces, I have thier race weight doors and tilt front end on my 78 Bronco...
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let me know if you need fiberglass wheel houses for the rear !
Hmmm, there's an idea.

My 79 build http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=207864 - Aluminum 3-core radiator, Mallory 85 HEI conversion distributor, High Angle Driveline One Tons front and rear, JBFAB Twin stick shifter kit, True trac differentials front and rear, Yukon 4.56 gears front and rear, Moser Extreme 31 spline rear axles, Borgeson adjustable steering shaft and rag joint, 95 amp 3G alternator, Fireguy/RJM Tech upgraded headlight harness, and a ton of other crap!
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U.S.Body source in Hampton Florida also sells nice pieces, I have thier race weight doors and tilt front end on my 78 Bronco...
Sounds sweet...gonna try to see what you have posted on your BKO....dunno how I missed it before now. Probably just have seen/met too many folks on the site and am acting like a flake, lol.

My 79 build http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=207864 - Aluminum 3-core radiator, Mallory 85 HEI conversion distributor, High Angle Driveline One Tons front and rear, JBFAB Twin stick shifter kit, True trac differentials front and rear, Yukon 4.56 gears front and rear, Moser Extreme 31 spline rear axles, Borgeson adjustable steering shaft and rag joint, 95 amp 3G alternator, Fireguy/RJM Tech upgraded headlight harness, and a ton of other crap!
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Sounds sweet...gonna try to see what you have posted on your BKO....dunno how I missed it before now. Probably just have seen/met too many folks on the site and am acting like a flake, lol.
lol....You didn't miss anything, I only have a picture posted on my profile page, kinda new to the site myself, and never really used forums before, therefore I really have no info threads or anything on what my Bronco is or what I worked on in the past.....But I will say that I am very happy with the quality and product line of U.S.Body Source Products, been a long time since purchasing anything from them, but I'm sure they are still in business
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How about a fiberglass tilt nose?? Put some pins in there, and simply remove them and lift off the whole nose when you want to do anything on the motor..

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How about a fiberglass tilt nose?? Put some pins in there, and simply remove them and lift off the whole nose when you want to do anything on the motor..
OMG.....my wife would not be very happy w/ me.
I'll take one of each please.

My 79 build http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=207864 - Aluminum 3-core radiator, Mallory 85 HEI conversion distributor, High Angle Driveline One Tons front and rear, JBFAB Twin stick shifter kit, True trac differentials front and rear, Yukon 4.56 gears front and rear, Moser Extreme 31 spline rear axles, Borgeson adjustable steering shaft and rag joint, 95 amp 3G alternator, Fireguy/RJM Tech upgraded headlight harness, and a ton of other crap!
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I would like to know how this works out. I know a couple of guys that run mud and would love fiberglass panels.

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