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Please join me in welcoming our newest sponsor to the forum. 

For those of you who don't know, Ex-Pressed are based in the UK in North Yorkshire and specialise in the manufacture of a wide range of discontinued and unobtainable classic car panels produced from the 1950s onward. They are officially licensed by Ford to reproduce Classic Ford Panels and using their unique manufacturing process, are able to produce high quality made-to-order classic car bodywork that will ensure your vehicle looks as good as the day it left the showroom.

With over 50 years’ experience and a background in car restoration, they understand what you require; replacement panels that are hand-finished to an exceptional standard.

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Fantastic "oldschool" engineering workshop.... full of all sorts of equipment. The smell when you walk in, few lads all beavering away with presses, drills, hammers and dollies. Wonderful...
Really nice, helpful boys.
Pricey but you get what you pay for. Bought a few panels from them 'cos you couldn't get them anywhere else at the time. Magnim now make all the panels but the fit is not a patch on the Expressed ones we used.
Couldn't fault their service....A1

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I am just about to restore a Mk2 mexico and have been told to use magnum pannels because they are the best fit can anyone advise thanks 

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13 minutes ago, justin h said:

I am just about to restore a Mk2 mexico and have been told to use magnum pannels because they are the best fit can anyone advise thanks 

Magnum panel can be found at reasonable prices but best fit they are not. There is always a lot of extra fettling to get their panels to work. One rear quarter section I could only use half of because it was so ripply. While ExPressed may cost more you save in the long term with a better quality product.

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User of expressed panels here.

Used them recently and last time i owned a classic Ford 20ish years ago.

 

Happy Happy Happy.

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Think it’s already been said but I used expressed panels on my Mexico and they were worth the extra because there was less fettling needed to get them right and so less time and money , magnum are ok though just need more work to get right 

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On 07/12/2019 at 14:57, Rally Pack 2000 said:

Magnum panel can be found at reasonable prices but best fit they are not. There is always a lot of extra fettling to get their panels to work. One rear quarter section I could only use half of because it was so ripply. While ExPressed may cost more you save in the long term with a better quality product.

 

On 07/12/2019 at 14:57, Rally Pack 2000 said:

Magnum panel can be found at reasonable prices but best fit they are not. There is always a lot of extra fettling to get their panels to work. One rear quarter section I could only use half of because it was so ripply. While ExPressed may cost more you save in the long term with a better quality product.

Thanks for all the reply’s there’s a pattern I’m starting to see 

Justin 

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On 06/03/2020 at 00:10, deltamal said:

Mk3 Cortina front offside wings? ......

Been asking them about these on their Facebook page Malcolm. They stated they'd need an order of 10 per side in order to put them into production and the price would work out at about £1000 each.

I though maybe that OSF could commission 10 per side and sell them on through our shop.......................but not at that price.

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Guess we will keep on with the welding and patching! they sometimes appear at the auto-jumble sections of some of the shows, thats if all the shows are not canceled!

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