General term used to refer to a rear fender. Quarter panel is the area from the rear door opening to the tail light area and from rear wheelwell to the base of the trunk and roof-line.
One directly above the rear mudguard.
The sheet metal on both sides of the car from the C-post to the rear bumper below the deck lid and above the wheel well.
The rear fender, or a sheet-metal panel encompassing the area from the rear door opening to taillight area and form the rear wheel opening to base of roof and trunk opening.
a major component of a car
A body part which makes up one of the two rear sides of the car. It contains the lock pillar, to which the doors lock onto. The two quarter panels are located on either side of the trunk or deck lid.
A term used for the metal work for either the front or rear corner of a vehicle body.
Side panel which is generally a quarter of the total length of the vehicle and extends from the rear door to the end of the car.
It is a sheet of metal panel that covers the front and back quarters of the vehicle.
rear side section of the car commonly referred to as the rear fender.
On an automobile, a quarter panel is a body panel that covers the section between the door and the trunk. In most if not all countries, for example the United Kingdom and North America, the term is only used to refer to the rear panels. They are typically made of sheet metal, but are sometimes made of firberglass and fibre-reinforced plastic.