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Old 12-11-2001, 11:34 PM
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72' ranhero 1/4 panels needed bad!

I am trying to restore a GT ranchero, needs quarters and more, can you help? Anything will do if its a 72, lots needed.
Quarters from 72-76 the same.
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72' ranhero 1/4 panels needed bad!

good luck findin them, as far as i know know one recreates them, and they are not available from anyone, it really depends on how much you want to spend on the car, check around junkyards. Go to http://www.junkyarddog.com and type in your info, you will get emails from different junkyards about what your looking for and how much. I tryed it awhile ago for quarters for my chero, you can get ones in good shape but they arent cheap. hope this helps

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72' ranhero 1/4 panels needed bad!

You may already have done this, but check junk Torinos and Montegos. I knew someone who cut out sections that helped fix his '72 ranchero.

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72' ranhero 1/4 panels needed bad!

My buddy "RAZZ" in Juneau knows where there is a decent one, in British Columbia
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