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Old 08-22-2019, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default 1936 coupe door panels

Iím looking for door panels for my 1936 cabriolet. Would a 1936 coupe door panels work. Is there much of a difference.
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Old 08-23-2019, 09:35 AM   #2
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For your cabriolet, the door width is the same as the 3-Window Coupe and the Tudor Sedan. That being said, the location of the window crank and door handle may be different. Maybe some one with a 3-window or Tudor could measure those locations for you for comparison.
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I made mine for my 3 window. double stick tape and tracing paper over that, marked all the holes and outlined the perimeter. Transferred that to some 1/8" ABS plastic panels. Upholstery and padding of choice on the panel and the ribbed clippy things that hold the panel on the door. It can't be any easier. The hardest part was gathering up all the parts and deciding what color to use, etc. The panels then just pop on. Then the garnishes finish it off.
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Thank you Wayne for your help
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Thank you John Dee for you help. Your info is appreciated
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