We are thrilled to unveil Auto Metal Direct’s (AMD) latest product offering – the all-new Outer Windshield A-Pillar Posts for the 1968-70 Dodge Plymouth B-Body. These A-Pillar Posts have been meticulously crafted to meet the exact specifications of the original components.
Made from high-quality materials, their A-Pillar Posts are designed to withstand the test of time while maintaining the authentic look and feel of the vehicle. With AMD’s Outer Windshield A-Pillar Posts, you can now restore your 1968-70 Dodge Plymouth B-Body with confidence and precision.
AMD’s new Outer Windshield A-Pillar Posts for the 1968-70 Dodge Plymouth B-Body come with a range of features and benefits that set them apart from other aftermarket options. AMD’s A-Pillar Posts are engineered to fit seamlessly into the vehicle’s structure, ensuring a perfect match and eliminating the need for extensive modifications during installation.
They have painstakingly replicated the original design of the A-Pillar Posts to ensure that every detail is accurate and true to the original components. This attention to detail is what sets AMD’s products apart from the competition.
The A-Pillar Posts are made from high-quality materials that are built to last. They are resistant to rust and corrosion, ensuring that your restoration project will stand the test of time.
AMD’s A-Pillar Posts are designed for ease of installation, allowing enthusiasts of all skill levels to restore their vehicles without any hassle. Detailed instructions are provided, making the process straightforward and efficient.
AMD’s all-new Outer Windshield A-Pillar Posts for the 1968-70 Dodge Plymouth B-Body are a game-changer for automotive enthusiasts and restoration professionals alike. With their precise fit, authentic design, and durable construction, these A-Pillar Posts are the perfect choice for anyone looking to restore their classic 19687-70 B-body to its former glory.
AMD will continue to expand their product line to the point where they can reconstruct the entire roof structure for the 2nd gen Charger and hopefully the ’68-’70 B-bodies. Stay tuned for more innovative solutions from AMD as they strive to preserve the legacy of classic cars for generations to come.