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1989 944 rear repair panels

I have purchased my 944 a year ago and spent so much money I have decided to spend a little bit more on a full Body respray. Can some one help me to find rear panels because my local Porsche dealer said their is no such product.

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The rear quarter panels on a car are typically welded on (as opposed to the front fenders which simply bolt on).

They are certainly available and any body shop will be able to order them for you new or used. They may also be able to repair your existing ones without a problem.

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