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Anyone make original door panels or coverings for my Burgundy 63 Parisienne?


Any sources for originals or the materials?

 

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Don



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no     not much demand for Cdn Pontiac door panels .  compared to US cars .  



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I believe the '63  Parisienne has the Bonneville interior. PUI offer the front bench and rear convertible seats and door panels in the vinyl option only.  You may want to contact them, They may want your hardtop rears (if thats what you have) units as patterns.  Ask for Todd and tell him our connection on Canadian Poncho. 

good luck; Dale @ NOS

Yes; the '63 is a dark 'burgandy colour.  When NOS was still selling Parisienne interiors we supplied PUI the convertible interior for patterns from an original owner car. The car was from  down in the Ottawa / Cornwall area.. The original colour was difficult to find and if I recall a mid 70's Mopar color was used as a sub. . We spplied the complete interior including arm rests and convertible boot. Turned out perfect!
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Thanks for the replies.

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SMS in Oregon can likely do them for you. Expect to wait several months and pay several dollars however the results are usually excellent.

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How much is several dollars Todd?

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I've heard $800 and up (that was a few years ago) depending on the complexity of the door panel. It will be 100% correct when completed though. Here's their website:

https://www.smsautofabrics.com/products/door-panels.php



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Canadian Poncho wrote:

I've heard $800 and up (that was a few years ago) depending on the complexity of the door panel. It will be 100% correct when completed though. Here's their website:

https://www.smsautofabrics.com/products/door-panels.php


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I have a decent red interior .



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Red or maroon? I assume red. My car had seats recovered in a maroon colour, they look good. If your interior is red red, might not work?

Can you post some pics? Or email them to me? PM me and I'll send my email address.

Thanks,
Don

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im going to say these are Maroon .. Mylar has wear for hanging the arm out the window.

rear seat is tritone??

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If the mylar is similar to the (I call it the heat strip) on the 64 Beaumont panels you can do a real nice recovering of it with tinbasher's chrome heat tape. The tape is real thin, the profiles will show through, and it sticks like snot so lasts a long time. I redid it on my panels over 10 years ago and they have stood up really well. Just trim it to the right width and press it on with a softer tool for the profiles.

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Thanks Rog, if I change out my old ones, I'll likely go something new. Mine are as good as yours I'd say, appreciate the pics.

Don

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YES TO THE 800.00  AND 6 MONTHS FOR ME , BUT WELL WORTH THE MONEY AND THE WAIT TIME,

EXACTLY AS ORIGINAL , GOOD AS IT COMES !!



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