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1967 Full Rear Quarters

I'm going to be purchasing a couple of full quarters. The first question, does anyone have pictures of the sections of the 1/4 panel next to the sail panel and the section where the rear of the quarter meets the tail panel. My concern is, does the quarter include the rain gutter and the sawtooth sections that hold the weather stripping around the corners of the trunk lid? I saw a rear deck on Craigslist made by Dynacorn that included the sawtooth areas on both ends next to the inside sail panel. I ordered and received one but it didn't include the two areas just mentioned. The same with the tail panel. So do I have to fabricate that section so it looks original? The other question is: who is making the better full quarter or is there only one manufacturer for all suppliers? I've searched the internet and youtube, I've only found one old video of someone who waited 8 years until the full 1/4's came out, The video didn't really give a good view of the back side of the areas I'm concerned with. Thanks
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I believe Goodmark is making them. Check with Ames Performance.
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I just ordered both quarters for my 67. They are being shipped so I donít have them yet but when I get them, I will send some pictures.
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As far as I'm aware all the FULL 1/4s Do Not have the drip rail section and/or trunk gutter.
The current '66 project needed full quarters and we had to heavily modify the '67's since '66's are not avail;
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Colorado, Who did you order the 1/4's from? I'll be waiting for those pictures--------the corner where it curls around the trunk lid and the rear deck piece and at the tail panel piece. Thanks
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I ordered from Dynacorndepot.com. So far it has been relatively smooth, but I donít yet have them. I had them shipped to a depot location to save a little money but I will have to pick them up myself.
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My quarters came in. Overall, I am happy with the purchase process and the product. I haven't put them on yet and won't for a while, so I can't speak to the fit, but they look good.

One of the questions was about the rain gutter inside the trunk. It is NOT on the new quarter, so they will have to be removed from the old and added to the new. Luckily, mine are in good shape.
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Thanks Colorado for the Pictures. This clears up a few of my concerns but I have more request. Could you take two more pictures of the edge corner area that the trunk lid will close next to, the corner where the deck panel joins and the other corner, most rearward where the tail panel is joined? Thanks
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