How to Replace the Rocker Panel in a 1966 Mustang?

Answer The rocker panels on a 1966 Mustang are made of metal, but the clips along the bottom that hold the panels in place are plastic. A rocker panel is a piece of trim that runs along the frame of the c... Read More »

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1966 Ford Mustang Panel Repair?

A early Ford Mustang now is over 40 years old, and unlike today's cars, the body was not dip-treated to prevent rust and corrosion. Most unrestored Mustangs are going to have rust in several areas,... Read More »

How to Replace a Rocker Panel?

Because of the punishment that rocker panels receive on a daily basis, it is not uncommon to have to replace them, especially in later model vehicles. In addition, environmental conditions like rai... Read More »

How to Replace a 1966 Chevelle Quarter Panel?

The 1966 Chevy Chevelle features classic lines and a clean design that numerous collectors and classic car enthusiasts are enamored with. While a fully restored '66 Chevelle can be considered a thi... Read More »

How Do I Replace 1966 Mustang Seats?

The 1966 Ford Mustang was equipped with a two-piece seat design, in which the back of the seat bolts to the bottom of the seat assembly. To minimize costs, the seats were covered with vinyl rather ... Read More »