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  1. shipping is additional door panels - $600 rear seat - $300 arm rests - $75 each ash trays - $50 each
  2. Just realized that my spring broke on drivers side window. anyone have one for sale? thanks, Baron
  3. Simeon

    Door Card Rehab

    My door cards were suffering from the age old problem of warped backing boards. The vinyl was in an ok condition but the fake chrome strips were shot. As ever there's not exactly a glut of high quality replacements available in Australia and I am not quite at the point of wanting to commit to new replacements without working out what to do with my seats. Luckily, for a change, we have in Australia Beaner7102 (Shaun) who has manufactured CNC cut replacements from a form of high density foamed plastic board. This has all of the good properties of Masonite compared to plywood like thickness but is fully water proof, relatively light and appropriately stiff. I ordered a set and they quickly arrived, beautifully wrapped with sheets of self adhesive film to seal up the inside of the doors. Perfect. Having arrived at my place they then sat for a year or so until I could get to the point of attempting this job. Anyway, I started by pulling the old staples off the back of the cards. The glue had mostly separated all the way around so it was simple enough to peel this off. Having gone this far I was confronted by the wadding type material between the vinyl and the card. You can choose to either peel the vinyl off clean and leave the wadding stuck to the card or dig through and pull the wadding from the card with the vinyl. I suppose if you are really doing this properly then you could renew the wadding, even bulk it out a bit more for a different look. I cheaped out and chose to reuse mine, transferring the vinyl and wadding still mainly stuck together. The top section is attached to the board via circular rivet type arrangements with 'petals' that are swaged over. Most of mine were broken clear of the board so it was just a case of bending proud again with a screwdriver, pliers and brute force. I laid the vinyl and top section down on a flat surface and slotted my new plastic board over the top of the rivets. The new board is a closer match than thin plywood to the board so it easy to secure the rivets by peening the petals and tabs over with a hammer and punch. Once the top was secure I pulled the vinyl folded lip over the rest of the board. The cover basically retained this shape so the corners actually needed to be gently pulled over the board. Once in place I added a large number of the 200 1" bulldog clips that I have bought for completing a headliner replacement (thanks ClayW). I then checked the fit from the front and then removed 6 at a time to paste contact adhesive into the folded seam before replacing the clips and removing another 6. After this was done they got 24 hours to dry. The fake chrome on the front had done a good job of blistering and peeling off like the plastic film that it is. I took some 50 grit sand paper and finished off the job before switching to a Scotchbrite pad. The junction between the strips and the vinyl need to be gently scraped to get all of the residual foil out and any other crud hiding in there. Once I was happy with its cleanliness, I wiped the whole panel down with wax and grease remover and then masked the strips off from the rest of the panel. I had auditioned a few different paints for this role including silver paint and what is described as 'chrome' paint (slightly lighter silver). In the end I used 'SilverGal' zinc rich paint which is usually used for touching up galvanised steel when cut. No reason other than I preferred the finish. After the paint was dry I wiped them down with a cleaner / restorer / preserver for vinyl, I then replaced the 'fuzzy felt' window strip that runs along chrome strip at the top and called it quits. The rear quarter panels were cleaned up and the 'chrome' strips painted in the same way. The boards at the back of these were in perfect shape so I gently removed the ashtrays by bending the tags in rear. The chrome on the ashtrays was marked by tarnish and who the hell knows what. These cleaned up nicely with a scrub with a wadded up ball of aluminium foil with a drop of penetrating oil. A polish with Autosol metal polish followed by treating the vinyl centre with cleaner / protector saw them finished and ready for another 40 odd years of people lazily stuffing candy wrappers into them. I have a full set of new push fit clips, door lock grommets and cleaned / re-lubed locks to go back in the doors when I reassemble. I also have the upgraded door brakes to install so I am hoping that I can apply my self adhesive film over the door shell and not touch it again for another 40 odd years (I wish). Beaner7102' door cards See the thickness What I started with Rivets with spread petals Straightening them out The wadding under the vinyl Fitting over the rivets Peened over Clipped up Choose your weapons Masked up for paint Cleaned and polished ashtray Sprayed strip on rear card Finished front Finished rear
  4. first, cut small three sided access hole in kick panel. this has been detailed on faq before. next, create new support for bracket from some flat stock and bolt the bracket to the flat stock. then paint it, of course drill holes in A-pillar to mount it to bolt it in from the back. i put two washers between the bracket and the A-pillar to match the distance the oem bracket holds the flat bar away from the body. hook it up done..door works good as new, and may be stronger than a weld job.... NOTE - update several years later, this mod is still working fine. no issues.
  5. Trying to figure out the issue with my latch... which prevents me from locking the door. I was finishing up installing automatic locks (at 1am). Everything worked fine when I would test with the door open, manually engaging the latch (to pretend the door was closed). ...but when I close it, it won't lock with the key or automatic lock. I noticed it works when i close the latch by hand (with the door open). It seems there are 2 "clicks" (levels) on the latch. The first will not allow the door to lock, but if I turn it to the 2nd click by hand it works. Problem is, I think closing the door only gets the 1 click to happen, preventing the locks for working. I'm thinking of I adjust the strike plate/part (cant think of name) on door jamb outward. It might work but would also make the doors hang out. I did some searching last night at 2am. Didnt find anything. I'm at my kids swimming class still thinking what I should do. I"m hoping I could get some advice before I start looking at it this afternoon. Thanks a lot, Anthony Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
  6. Looking for both door shells and a driver's side fender for a my '76. Little to no rust and other imperfections, more allowed if Fjord. I'd be thrilled if they were Fjord Blue! Preferred pick up in Southeast or Greyhound ship, etc. Thanks!
  7. Working on a 2002 project for SEMA 2019 - need both doors in good condition, paint condition is irrelevant as they will be media blasted, additional hardware is not needed
  8. pics 3 and 4 give you the best idea of what I’m after. I’m looking for left and right side
  9. Selling a few things on Ebay. Rear panels, door handles, dual mikuni carbs, instrument cluster dash piece, driving lights and more. As usual, can work something out with a buyer here, feel free to pm me. Price varies. Listing for Mikuni Mikuni phh carb ************ ** Driving lights - Sold ** Becker Europa - Sold
  10. $330 shipped rear door cards 51431816847 51431816848 NLA ash trays included 51167466072 NLA
  11. [update: 1 sold, 1 left] Brand new OEM $30 shipped, each
  12. Front pair - $200 shipped ($1,000 retail) Part # 51411830505 Part # 51411830506 Rear pair - $200 shipped Part # 51431830523 (NLA) Part # 51431830524 (NLA) Part # 51167466072 (ash tray NLA) Part # 51167466073 (ash tray NLA)
  13. Price:: 100.00 Location: : richmond,ca I am offering the door, glass, rails and other assorted hardware. These came of a 1976 bmw Passenger Door as is $200, straight clean and no rust! Passenger Door glass $85 Right front vent window with chrome frame $97 (chrome in great condition no signs of rust, seals are also in great condition). if there is something you see and you would like a price please let me know.
  14. I need to replace my door seam molding, I researched all over couldn't find them I found the one for the trunk. Any idea where I can find those. Thanks
  15. just picked up a '76 2002 but there are too much rust on the doors to be salvaged. so i am looking for BOTH driver and passenger doors. i live in hawaii i'm willing to pay for shipping. if you are in Southern California, i can send my friend to pick up the doors and have them ship. please email me at [email protected] Aloha \m/ Kaz
  16. I just took my drivers side door card off and found a couple of pieces of cast iron about 4 1/4" by 3/4" by 1/4" in the bottom of the door. One piece is kind of wedged under the window channel but I could probably get it out. They look like they could have been one piece that has broken in two. Is this something that should be in the door? It sure doesn't look like it. Could this be something to support the window channel? I also came across an interesting mark on the door, probably from the factory.
  17. 2k2tii

    door panel

    door panel -black/black -driver's side -uncut, no speaker hole -early version $125 + shipping Message if interested
  18. Have a spare passenger door that I was going to use for my 76. Some rust near the bottom but solid. Comes with glass. Make me an offer. I'm out of town (Navy support to Hurricane relief efforts), but can put you in contact with my wife to get the door out of the garage
  19. I am having a hard time tracking down the part number for the little plastic bumpers that go on the door catches. Can anyone point me in the right direction? See picture attached. Thanks!
  20. Price:: 1 Location: : Moorpark, CA I have a right door and a set of stock rims with tires out of my '71 that I am not going to use. Make me an offer I can't refuse. Local pick up only please. I am in 93021 (Ventura County) Thanks
  21. Price:: 45.00 Location: : richmond,ca BMW 2002 or 2002tii, driver and passenger door lock handle. no keys $45.00 with shipping included.
  22. Guest

    Rocker Panel Moulding

    Price:: 70.00 Location: : richmond,ca Rocker Panel Moulding in good shape no cracks or bent i am selling both sides.
  23. Guest

    Upper Chrome Trim

    Price:: 325.00 Location: : richmond,ca upper chrome pieces for the hood, trunk, doors and quarter panels it includes corner collars. it's in good condition, no cracks or bent. Some good pieces if you are missing them. $325 with shipping
  24. Looking for a good non cut set of tan door cards. Locally in Vancouver Canada preferred.

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