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Old 09-20-2002, 01:18 PM
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How can I mold wood in to a curve?? My objective is on the inside back of my cab on my '49 chevy I want a wood panel to cover up the wall braces. I want it to run from the door jam all the way down the back to the door jam on the other side. How can I mold a piece of 1/4 inch finished plywood to fit the corners of the cab. Do ya fallow what I am trying to do? I know I could soak it in water to bend it in place but Iam thinking it will wrinkle in the corners or the plywood would just plain come apart. If ya need more info on what Iam trying to do let me know. Thanks for your input!
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