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Old 04-15-2019, 06:13 PM
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Can anyone recommend the best source for door panels for a 67 convertible? I am looking for a good fit at the top of the door and along the wing window. Thanks in advance.
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Corvette America’s panels are decent
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The CA door panels I bought in 2013 fit my '67 very nicely. The original passenger side door panel had a large gap at the vent window Ė no telling what it had gone through. My new CA door panels actually fit better right out of the box but not perfect. I doubt if itís recommended by CA, but I installed them first and then used a rubber hammer to narrow the gaps. Just go at it carefully, padding with a heavy towel, starting with soft blows. Youíll be able to tell how much force (not much) is required. Mine conformed nicely without damaging the panels.

Here's an old thread talking about fit and a pic of my panel fit: https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...l-install.html

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