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I got a Door Panel Installed!
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2010, 05:33:43 PM »

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They used those covers on the Imperials and possibly the New Yorkers.  I never saw them on a 300.  Maybe it was an option???? 

Interesting.  I never gave it much thought.  Maybe they were installed on power window cars?

Guess I lied on my previous post. As I was doing some disassembly  and door jamb work today, I had to remove these covers from my 300 (power window car). So I thought I would check the NY (no power), and it does not have the covers, nor the screw holes that would indicate they had been there once upon a time.
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« Reply #16 on: July 02, 2010, 05:41:09 PM »

I was just rumaging through some pictures a few days ago of junked cars.  I found one that had them.  But I don't know what the car is or where it was.  It did have power windows/locks and seats though.  I think it was a New Yorker 2 Door I was thinking of getting from Moores
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