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where can i get patch pannels for a 1937 chevy truck

i need arts to the back of the cab rockers inner and outer door skins inner door pannels grille door parts side window all the glass can someone help me out give me a number or a website thanks

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Patch panels for 37 chev pu

I purchased generic panels for the bottom portion on the doors of my 40 Olds. They are approximately 12 inches tall and close to 50 inches wide. If just the bottom is bad that can save you a bunch of money. These panels are cheap(around $15 each) and can be installed easily. I found mine at an aftermarket panel warehouse. I live in Kansas City and purchased mine at KC Auto Panel.
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bought my stuff here http://www.oldchevytrucks.com/ glass was done locally
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Consider contacting I & I in Paramount CA. They make a large number of repop parts in their own shop, and have done so for years. I think their dad owned a '37 or two, and was a tool and die maker. He made tooling that they still use. Just about anytime you see a new US made grill for a '37 Chev (car or truck) it comes from I & I's factory. Their web page is not too exciting, but their hardcopy catalog is pretty good and they'll send you one for a small fee. Since they manufacture, and distribute to others, they are often the least costly place to buy the parts they make as well. Good Luck.

A Fellow '37 Chev truck owner.

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