Originally Posted by MARTINSR
It may be the best choice, but look at it long and hard first. What is the reason you want to change the skin?
one door is wavy. and the other door has quite a bit of bondo in it.
both doors "structurally" are very sound, eg NO rust spots in or out (that i can tell) i have the glass pulled from the doors.
i am really glad i asked some questions up here. i had gotten the impression from other (on-line) sources that doing this in an 68 Mustang Coupe was pretty easy?
1) i suppose i could take the doors to a shop and have them fix the existing doors or put skins on them or
2) i could buy new door shells. i have checked the costs on these. they look to be ~350.00 per shell.
my goals for the car are pretty simple. learn / do as much as i can but also have the car look fairly decent when i am done. i have started the process by completely stripping the car to metal and putting it on a rotisserie.
i suppose i could take the doors an