'67 Inner Fender Patch, Repair

Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by Droff, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. Droff

    Droff Well-Known Member

    I’ve got a ’67 GS and found what seems to be the usual rusty area under the battery tray. I’ll be picking up a new tray but don’t want to try and hunt down a complete inner fender or complete core support. I plan on cutting and welding in a repair section and I’ve seen YearOne sells the lower front section of the inner fender for this specific area but only for a ’68 and up.

    - Is there a source for a ’67 that anyone is aware of that I can’t find?
    - Will the piece for a ’68 work for my ’67?

    I’m not an expert welder or body man but need to start somewhere.
  2. Droff

    Droff Well-Known Member

    The offending bastidges.

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  3. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    No 68/72 are different animals.

    But what you have is very minor, no need for a patch panel, just some flat sheet metal,..cut trim fit and weld
  4. Droff

    Droff Well-Known Member

    That's the way I'm leaning, doesn't look real difficult but I'll know that for sure once I start the repair.
  5. Houndogforever

    Houndogforever Silver Level contributor

    Thats a survivor right there.

    Oh, and as far as I know, they don't make an aftermarket battery tray that is factory correct.

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