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65/66 drivers door

 
Cruzn65
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Posted: 01/02/14 05:22 AM

Can anyone recommend a secondhand parts supplier, I need a drivers door for 65/66 convertible.  I remember an article in M M a while back about one but can't find it.  

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dond1965
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Posted: 01/02/14 07:44 AM

try hemmings motor news, and/or search the web.  

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Brazil
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Posted: 01/02/14 10:30 AM

Cruzn,

John's Mustang in Houston may offer some alternatives. 2nd hand parts for a car that old can be deceiving without seeing it first hand.

If you need the entire full door shell, John's has high quality repro's for $260. If your shell is still in good shape they sell just the door skins for $50.

Of course shipping could be steep depending on where you are. Here is their site.
www.johnsmustang.com  

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Chief352
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Posted: 01/02/14 10:33 AM

Where do you live?  

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Cruzn65
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Posted: 01/03/14 02:44 AM

On the west coast of Australia. Shipping is around $400 + cost of repo door from most US parts suppliers. If I could get a good secondhand door for half price of a new one it makes it a little less costly.  

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shyrgfuh3
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Posted: 01/04/14 02:43 AM

"On the west coast of Australia. Shipping is around $400 + cost of repo door from most US parts suppliers. If I could get a good secondhand door for half price of a new one it makes it a little less costly."



It will cost you $400.00 US for a decent door and $600.00 for a mint one.  

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shyrgfuh3
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Posted: 01/04/14 02:43 AM

"On the west coast of Australia. Shipping is around $400 + cost of repo door from most US parts suppliers. If I could get a good secondhand door for half price of a new one it makes it a little less costly."



It will cost you $400.00 US for a decent door and $600.00 for a mint one.  

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elgordito55
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Posted: 01/04/14 08:41 PM

The recommendation on John's Mustang is a good idea or any other mustang parts supplier. A new door is a bargain if you use the rest of the hardware and glass. I just checked Johns's 2013 catalog and the high quality door shell goes for $289.95 + $95 for shipping in the US. If you live in Australia you may have to have someone inspect a used door for you otherwise, it might be a big expensive disappointment. When I was restoring my '65 back in 1987 a local guy wanted $250 for a complete beaten up door. I opted to repair mine.  
Also, I know that most mustang parts suppliers have used parts and do restorations. So,check out the website of Dallas Mustang Parts, Oklahoma Mustang Parts, Texas Mustang Parts, Johns's Mustang parts, Virginia Mustang, Mustangs Unlimited, Mustangs Depot, California Mustang parts- Oklahoma Mustang Parts and Texas Mustang parts have extensive inventories.  

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