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Old 02-04-2007, 08:15 PM
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Workin' on door panels. Thanks...

Thanks to all of you on this board for your ideas and help!
I'm buildin' door panels for the coupe and all of the info for me to do them came from the Hotrodders board. The amount of info on here is just great.

Take care,Smokey
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Old 02-05-2007, 05:19 AM
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Great, how bout posting some pics of your work.

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Old 02-14-2007, 05:59 PM
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yea...

We Want Pics!!!
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I'll try to get some pics and get them on here in the next couple of days. I'm not to good with the computer stuff.
I didn't take any pics while I was doin' them though. "Dah" on me. Take care,Smokey
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door panel screws

Toyota makes a neat door panel fastener. Round hole in both door panel and door metal/ car door. Fastener is about the size of a dime, unlocked center pin is pulled out toward you. Locked, the center pin is pushed in and becomes flush with the rest of the fastener. Really a neat set-up and one I think I'll use to secure the door panels in my 63' Bonneville.
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damn!...

i need to hang out with some of you guys to show me the ropes!!! i think my problem is that im trying to learn too many things at once!!! oh well!!!
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NOT trying to rain on anybody's parade, but........ sometimes simpler is better. Good luck with any way you decide to go.

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