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    as usual nice...but I like the driver side better...............lol
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    you wanna do my door panels? Looks great!
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    Looks super Mario!
    Do your doors not use garnish moldings in 1935, or are they just not on there yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsb View Post
    you wanna do my door panels? Looks great!
    Thanks Dave but Vall is the interior guru here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1946Austin View Post
    Looks super Mario!
    Do your doors not use garnish moldings in 1935, or are they just not on there yet?
    actually the top door frames are bare at the moment. And my window moldings need to go back in too. I didn’t have interior in this thing since I bought the car. I don’t remember what it had.
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    I took vacation days this week and I did something constructive today. I finished the top of the door frames. I guess the headliner is next. Uggghh I’m not looking forward to taking the seats out. Only good thing is I can put the carpet down while they are out. I have to make the front and rear panels to meet the headliner as well and then there is the big long divider at the bottom of the rear window. It’s a lot to take in at once. I’m just glad to finish the doors for now.

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    Mario





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    Looks great Mario!
    Will you make up hard panels for the headliner, or buy a headliner pre made?
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    Looks great with the frames trimmed
    Lash...Washington Chapter and Member...Mean Old Bastards Club

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1946Austin View Post
    Looks great Mario!
    Will you make up hard panels for the headliner, or buy a headliner pre made?
    the car came with 4 headliner rods so I’m gonna try to glue them somehow to the 4x6 diamond material I bought. If that don’t work well then I will have to go to the hard panel. Not sure yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Road Angels View Post
    Looks great with the frames trimmed
    thanks Lash.
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