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Old 10-19-2011, 11:50 PM   #11
craz azn
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Thanks Scott. Yeah I saw those awhile back and I really wanted to get them, however, I couldn't justify buying them if I only plan to use them for maybe until middle of next summer. Richard is letting me borrow these panels and some front ones too, whenever he gets around to digging up a pair. Also, depending on my roll cage design, I might not even be able to use door panels... but we will see when the time comes. I like the fact that a ton of track/race cars in the early '70s ran with very much of the stock interior still present. It has a nice clean look to a car instead of huge holes and/or missing pieces in the interior (looks unfinished), or the abundance of sheet metal (like straight sheets for door panels, center consoles, etc... it looks too industrial).
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