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Post by priariecanary on Thu Jul 16, 2015 8:50 am

Look for a complete set (4 pieces) of interior door panels for a '62 skylark. Color doesn't matter.

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Re: Door panels

Post by StageCat on Thu Jul 16, 2015 4:14 pm

Ck out Tim's awesome work here http://skylark616263.forumotion.com/t25-1962-skylark-2-door-hardtop I asked about his panels and found them at Ames performance (Pontiac) as he recommended. The pattern is different from Buick but they fit and they cost less than OPGI
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Post by slickshift on Fri Jul 17, 2015 5:33 am

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Post by slickshift on Sun Aug 02, 2015 6:48 am

did u get the pm?

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Post by slickshift on Sun Aug 02, 2015 6:49 am

did u get the pm?

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Post by priariecanary on Sun Aug 02, 2015 5:14 pm

StageCat wrote:Ck out Tim's awesome work here http://skylark616263.forumotion.com/t25-1962-skylark-2-door-hardtop  I asked about his panels and found them at Ames performance (Pontiac) as he recommended. The pattern is different from Buick but they fit and they cost less than OPGI

That is a nice car that Tim put together!

I was looking for a donor set of panels so that I could have SMS rebuild then in the original style for my car. I had SMS build a set for my '61 Lesabre and they turned out to be fantastic looking. SMS does great work but they need the originals to start with. It took about a rear to make new ones for my bubbletop so my car sat with without door panels for a year. Trying to avoid that this time.

Also, as a clarification - I am looking for a complete set for a 2-door convertible car which will be four pieces total (2 for the front and 2 pieces for the rear). I am not sure if the panels are different between a hardtop and a convertible car, I need to do a little research on that.
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