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i need to try to tighten fender down....it is the area by the cowl and windshield on drivers side...i have not had a chance to see if there is a bolt in this area i can't see or what.....does anybody know what is behind or under this area that holds the fender on? this area can be pushed down about a half an inch very easily...do to Halloween have to replace glass and thought would take care of this also if i don't have to disassemble the whole car.......thanx for any help don
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Sure its old but so am i...........
as long as no parts are falling off either.....
it all good
I'm not sure what year your Stang is, but on my 66 there is a bolt at the top of the door jamb. If you open the door and look in at the top you can see it. I just disassembled my whole front end and noticed that this bolt was missing on the passengers side, and the fender was up against the windshield trim, causing a scuff in the paint. Sounds like you may have the same problem.
1966 Mustang Coupe 289
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