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desperately seeking Al Canuk, replacement door panels!


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Al, someone needs to pre-fab some replacement vinyl door

panels. To get new ones is like buying door panels for a

Bently, nearly $700, way too crazy. You seem to be the man

for interior items. Maybe something with the faux seams as

the "chrome" accents would be impossible or prohibatively

expensive to replicate. A nice clean fake? Otherwise it's

ebay...Thanks, Cort.

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I can do a nice replica, but the "fake" top stitching can't be dupliacted without a TON of money for a very expensive piece of equipment. However, I can put "real" stitching in, and probably make it look even nicer. This is not a difficult task. Contact me if you're serious, and I'm sure we can work something out.

Al

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in polished solid aluminum or stainless stock - there'd be no worries about the mylar peeling, and otherwise intact panels (like the brown ones in the project car) could be saved......

Aluminum would probably be the logical choice, since the shapes could be extruded, then polished, anodized, drilled and tapped from the back side for mounting with small machine screws. Given the cost of new Mobile Tradition panels, I'd willingly pay $100-$200 for a set of trim for all four panels.

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