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Finally finishing up the 10-year restoration of my originally-owned '74 SIII.
I used Bruce Turk's method of straightening out the "black" plastic door trim pieces and it worked great:
However, the very end of both pieces are of course broken off and I can find no good pics of them, either in my documentation or online.
Could someone either point me online to a decent pic of the trim end or take a pic of their trim end, assuming it is in good shape?
I plan on adding new ends to the trim pieces, probably out of fiberglass.
Many thanks and regards.
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- Door trim end, pfrank , Thu, 22 Jun 2017 12:41:57 <-- Viewing This Message
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