MY worst nightmare came true! ?
Now, my mustang is a '67, and from what i understand these older mustangs rear quarter panels, and roofs are one big piece? How can i repair the dent/panel without having to use bondo? i don't think it's a dent that can just be pulled, it's pretty ****** up xD..
I've had a lot of people suggest cutting the quarter panel at the weld-point [ends at the corner of the trunk, and begins somewhere near the quarter-window] and weld one from another mustang onto it.
Is this something that's a viable option? How much would this cost me? this mustang isn't something that can be scrapped as it's got a 302 from a '68 fastback, custom made lake-pipes [exhaust pipes on the side of the car, similar to Shelby cobra's] Air shocks, and a custom stereo system in it, not to mention all the custom suspension work i had done on it.
So what options do I have? what can i do? what would be cheapest? i absolutely REFUSE to put bondo in my car, i'd rather scrap it than lay bondo on it anywhere.