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Post Info TOPIC: Need help....are the 64 Parisienne convertible and 2 dr rear quarters the same??


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Need help....are the 64 Parisienne convertible and 2 dr rear quarters the same??


Hey guys, just looking at a 64 Convertible. Its going to need rear quarters, but does anyone know if the convertible is different from the 2 door??  

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I'd say they will be different as the 2 door quarter panels will include some of the C pillars. However, I suspect in a pinch hardtop quarters can be used on a convertible.

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The outside is likely the same, the convertible inside has the bracing and brackets for the convertible top cylinders, etc. The area outside the side glass- where the moulding is may be different, check that. 



-- Edited by DonSSDD on Monday 22nd of May 2023 09:15:28 PM

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Thanks I appreciate it, Before I start into this I want to make sure I can find panels. This would be my first rag top.


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several years ago I was in a shop who were cutting out the sail panel area of htp panels for install on a '69 Cutlass convertible. This leaves the panel short at the top that must be fabricated and added to the panel.

Dale



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