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Old 03-09-2008, 05:27 PM   #1
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Chrome Question 1965 Mustang

I have a question on a 1965 mustang. I have owned a 1967 in the past but not a 65. Can someone tell me why on some 65's the rocker panels have a chrome trim cover and some don't. As well as why some have quarter panel chrome mouldings and some don't. Did they all have both originally? The 65 I just bought has the rocker panel chrome trims but does not have quarter panel mouldings. Wondering Why ?????
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Might be the model they had the Standard and Deluxe
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The trim package decides what it came with, some were more optioned then others.
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yeah for instance the "pony interior" i dont remember if it was actually called deluxe or GT... i know mine does not have them, but it might be better if they do because the old mustangs are prone to cracking between the rockers and the 1/4 panels.... so it might kinda cover it up some... unless your keeping it ment i would put subframe connectors on it asap and be sure to "preload" it if you do put them on... it helped mine 100%...
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