Chevy Tailpan Extension Panel, Non-Wagon, Left, 1957
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- High Quality Replacement Panel
- Heavy Gauge Stamped Steel
- 10" x 8"
- Black EDP Coated
- Connects Lower Rear Quarter Panel To The Rear Splash Panel
- Fits Driver's Side
Chevy tailpan extension panels, like all sheet metal are prone to rust. If your 1957 Chevy II rear body panel extensions have succumbed to rust, don't worry. Eckler's Classic Chevy offers a superior reproduction tail panel extension that will cut rust out of your classic's life for good. These heavy stamped steel tail light panels are designed according to factory specifications for a flawless fit. Don't let rust force you into fabricating tail pan extensions. Replace your 57 Chevy’s rusted, damaged original extensions with quality reproductions from Eckler's Classic Chevy.
1957 Non-Wagon Left Tailpan Extension Panel
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including Cadmium which is known to the State of California to cause cancer on birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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