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02-07-2008 07:52 AM
DanTwoLakes Hi: I am going to move this thread to General Rodding Tech. I think you will get more and better answers there.

02-05-2008 02:55 AM
Moving door pulls?

Does anyone have any info, or a link, or just some pictures of moving the door handles to the upper part of the door panel. I have a 1969 Mustang that I need to move the door handles from the stock location to the a slightly higher position to clear a roll bar that was installed. I want to move them up to the approximate location of where a '93 Mustang has them. I am also adding power windows and locks, so I decided I am going to build new door panels for this. I have never seen any early model Mustang with the door handles moved, so any info would be appreciated. Thanks.

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