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09-08-2006 06:41 AM
Psychobilly79 Read the interior forum, if you take just a little time searching and reading you would be surprised at how much you can learn without asking a single question. I would suggest to start with a panel in the shape of the original then build a frame to hold your speakers, arm rest, etc. Then stretch fabric over it and resin it. Fiberglassing is relatively simple to grasp but becoming a skilled craftsman takes practice!!!

Hope this helps!
09-07-2006 08:34 PM
fiberglass door panels

If anyone has any info on how to start or build fiberglass door panels, please forward the info. I have a '95 impala that I would like to build door panels for and any info on where to start, materials, etc.


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