Salvage yard down south. The "pick your own parts" yards won't let you bring in power tools and they only sell parts that can be unbolted so you'll have to find an independent yard that will take the time to cut the panels off. The more expensive alternative is to buy an entire body from a yard and haul it home to cut the panels off yourself.
You might also ask at a local body shop if new panels are available from aftermarket sources. Check the dealer too. Unlike Ford where parts can be hard to get for a five-year-old car, Chrysler uses the same body panels for multiple years so you might be looking for parts to fit a nine or ten-year-old car instead of fifteen-year-old car.
Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 AT 10:20 PM