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Old 07-12-2005, 10:30 PM
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hey i have a 1948 plymouth (actually twoo of them) in need of serious interior work i have all seats but no headliner bars or side panels what is used for side panel materail some thin wood? Is there some sort of donor seats from the wrecking yard, i want leather in one with reclinable backing they are bench seats but i am consediring bucket if i knew which vehicle to get them from. basiclly i would consider these options on the front seats the back i love the way it is(upholsterd of course) there is lots of leg room back there any info anyone they are two door sedans (special deluxe )

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Old 07-13-2005, 06:37 PM
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i have a '47 plymouth 4dr and i gutted the whole thing so i know about the interior. i have no idea where you're goiing to find the headliner bars and mine aren't for sale. if i remember right, there's about 6 of them and they hook in horizontally and then bend up straight. the headliner is glued around the edge of the roof and down the a,b,c pillars and around the windows. there is windlace all around the doors. the door panels are backed with what is a like a pressed paper board. if i was going to remake these i think i would use either the new thin plastic boards that professional interior guys use, or you could use something like 1/8" masonite. as far as seats are concerned you can put pretty much any kind of bucket in there, but if you're going for a bench seat, the front isn't very wide and the back is not very wide either.

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