Replacement Steel Panels
Engineered with Precision
Research & Development
After many years of research and development using the most advanced engineering measurement methods, our engineers have been able to reproduce the body panels our customers’ need to restore their classic cars and trucks.
Located in Long Beach, California, our team designs, engineers and assembles high quality sheet metal to build you Classic Bronco, 1932 Ford Pickup, 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe or Chevy C10 truck like it just rolled off the lot.
With the assistance of 3D computer technology, United Pacific can adhere to strict quality control standards during prototype creation and the production process. Our engineers and technicians perform a battery of tests to ensure that our products meet the demands of today’s drivers while producing panels with precise measurements, so every panel is a perfect fit, every time.
Our stamped steel body panels are manufactured from high-quality metal, where we use the same gauge as the original vehicle, unless modifications are needed for optimum performance. The body panels also feature the same contour and detailing as the original.
After our engineers are at a comfortable level of perfection, our team ships the latest samples to local, well-known custom builders in order to test the product out on the field. The builders then work with our product and submit all feedback to insure we get it right and ready for our customer.
Manufactured to Perfection
We ensure proper fit and hassle-free installation every time and our customers can expect that every panel we produce is interchangeable with the factory original.
A look behind the scenes of the development process of the 1966-77 Ford Bronco Steel Replacement panels at our Long Beach headquarters.
1932 Ford Truck
Officially licensed Ford Restoration products, proudly assembled in Long Beach, California by skilled craftsmen
Legendary Hot Rod builder, Roy Brizio, shares his experience using our Ford Licensed, All-Steel Body Panels for the 1932 Ford.
HotRods by Dean
Hotrods by Dean shares his experience working with the all-steel 1932 Ford Truck complete cab.