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Old 09-02-2006, 07:16 PM
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'46 Chevy Panel, door panels

I'm still workin on my '46 Chevy Panel truck and getting closer and closer to being done. The question I've got now is on the inner door panels. I have the orginal ones and they are all metal and I still want to use them. I've got some material left over from the headliner, its foam backed. I would like to use it on the door panels also. They will attach with some nice looking screws that I've got and am going to make arm rests out of oak to be mounted on them. The window cranks have been removed and switches put in a center consoule I made. Will this work or should I use something else. Matching the color of the headliner will be hard to do thats why I'm looking at it this way.

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Use some good trim cement 3M super trim adhesive etc. With some imagination you can have a good looking door panel.

I used to cover the window crank holes with the adhesive backed aluminum tape type material that is used on cheap fender/rust repairs. It hides the holes well and lasts.
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