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1967-68 Mustang Steel Dash Panel Assembly Coupe/Convertible without Knee Pad Holes

SKU: 04320B-OER


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  • 1967 Ford Mustang
  • 1968 Ford Mustang

1967-68 Mustang; Steel Dash Panel Assembly; Coupe/Convertible; without Knee Pad Holes

Reproduction stamped steel dash panel assembly for 1967-68 Mustang Coupe (without knee pad holes) or convertible. Features accurate stamping contours, cutouts, and mounting holes for the original dash trim parts to ensure that you have an easier time during reassembly. When the original steel dash subassembly is damaged due to corrosion, or when the original dash has been altered, cut or otherwise modified, this panel is exactly what is needed to put things back in order the way the factory intended.


  • 1967-1968 Ford Mustang (without knee pad holes)

Note: This panel does not come pre-drilled for the lower knee pads found on some models. If using this panel on vehicles equipped with the lower knee pad, holes will need to be carefully measured and drilled in the proper locations in order to obtain proper fit of the lower pad.

Note: Shipped double oversize.

Original Equipment Reproduction essentially clones OE parts such as 1967-68 Mustang Steel Dash Panel Assembly Coupe/Convertible without Knee Pad Holes, as well as Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge and Plymouth cars and trucks—parts designed to look, perform, and install exactly as the original parts they’re replacing.

Original Equipment Reproduction - OER - is the leading manufacturer and distributor of quality classic automotive restoration parts and accessories. OER products are meticulously manufactured to replicate the OEM appearance, quality and fit that meets or exceeds the original factory specifications.


  • 1967 Ford Mustang
  • 1968 Ford Mustang