NOT NEEDED ANYMORE 73 convertible rear trim panels

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Bought a set, thanks everyone

 
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Very had to find clean ones and usually you'll pay a lot for them if you do. There was a post a while back on the repros that someone had good look with.

 

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He had to modify the h out of brand new panels -

The new ones are not good out of the box

 

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If you are not going for a 'factory original' restoration many folks will have theirs covered. A good shop should be able to fill in the holes and then cover with upholstery.

 

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He had to modify the h out of brand new panels -

The new ones are not good out of the box

Don is right,

I bought a set of the Repop ones, after spending time reinforcing them with fiberglass, and shaping them with a heat gun them they look really good.

I have a set from a 71' (no seatbelt cutouts) on a scale of 1-10 they are a 4.5 - 5, they will need new windlace.

they need to be cleaned up and dyed.

I'm only asking $75 O.B.O + shipping to your zip code

 
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