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Armrest differences?

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Ok, here's a silly question, but I'm just not that versed on early interiors. We know the difference between early and later door panels - is there any differences in the armrests? Inquiring minds must know - asap! Thanks.

Jeff

leonine99@hotmail.com

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Hi just the arm rest colors were added for the newer trim panels pergament/tan/beige/gray became available for example. Basic colors (black) were not changed. I may have what you need panelwise...

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Bahn,

Send me your email or drop me a line/call....finding quality black panels is a deuce of a task.

Jeff

leonine99@hotmail.com

310-395-9580

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Howdy Bahn,

I'm also shopping for VG quality black door skins or complete panels. Realizing that I am at least 2nd in line, please also drop me a note with info/phone # and I'll give you a buzz. Best time to call and where you are please. Much thanks, Dave in NC dvdesign@charter.net

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Yes, there are some differences. Early 02's ('66- very early '68) had different door handles, armrests and window cranks on the door panels.

The range above affects 1600's primarily.

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RHD cars have the same style both sides.

When I lived in the UK I mailed out a few RHD left door armrests to '02 Owners in the US who wanted to be different.

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