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Old 02-01-2004, 05:09 PM
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I have a 32 Ford 5 window coupe. I want to install a black vinyl interior. I have the door panels and headliner figured out. I'm having a problem designing a panel that will go from the back side of each door and cover the area around the rear quarter windows and the back window. Its quite a bend to use any thing like thin plywood. Any info or advice will be appreciated.

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Check out sheets of PVC (plastic) ... you can heat them and form them, too!


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Thanks for the info Horvath. I would like to put some foam backing between the PCV panel and the vinyl to give it a little depth. Do you know what the best glue to use would be?
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HEY BCT: I was finishing the inside of my trunk lid with carpet. It had a quick bend and I could not find a material that was that flexible. I finally found Formica sheets at Lowes, Home Depot in the kitchen Cabinet Dept. I found a piece of thin Masonite in the paneling department that was used as a shipping cover on a bundle of panelling in the broken panel bin for $ 5.00 and it worked okay. There is also thin plastic sheeting around the panel department, just take your time and look around.....GOOD LUCK...DAVE
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