How to repair where Door Panels meet

Quazit

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I suppose I could, but this is pretty easy.

On the 77 my tops are stapled to the plastic upper, so I found this much easier. It frankly only takes a few minutes of your time. Assuming you have a dremel or a way to cut the thin metal and an exacto to cut the slots on the panel. I was installing the brake lines over the last few days so I will look at that option before I finish them. I find it faster and easier to source the items I used versus sourcing the sunboard/palite. Plus, I really don't want to disassemble the entire panel to fix this issue.

Is this the best way? Probably not.
 

Quazit

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Feb 23, 2021
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I’ve been so preoccupied I forgot to
Post the pics of the panel after I did this mod/repair.

I’m happy with it. Next will be to replace those uppers for the glass. They do not look like fun.
 

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