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    need help

    Ok we all know i got an odd ball wagon. So finding interior parts is hard. So is there away to fix the following

    Southern sun has made it brittle and that is the out come. My only othe recouurse is to try to search the country for malibu/ or get luck and find an other cutlass 4dr/wagon with door panels

    thanks sam
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    Looks like passanger side.Is there a differance from front/back door? What year? I have seen a few wagons laying around in my local junk yard.

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    what kind of wagon? make/model/year
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    heres a burgandy set

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Door-Panel-P...409793&vxp=mtr

    or you could do these aftermarket ones with a nice speaker hole

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1978-88-Mont...f46fd2&vxp=mtr
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    Quote Originally Posted by harbone66
    heres a burgandy set

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Door-Panel-P...409793&vxp=mtr

    or you could do these aftermarket ones with a nice speaker hole

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1978-88-Mont...f46fd2&vxp=mtr
    those wont fit a wagon harbone
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    are the wagon doors shorter? could you use some off a 4 door Cutlass?
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    Its a 79 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser Wagon (aka malibu) that is pass front door. Wagons were 79-83 and 4drs were about the same yrs I beleive. And yes doors on 2dr are longer







    and heres a 2dr
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    was gonna sell it but now mamma says paint it and fix the lil stuff up. So I guess I'm fixing it up
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    Sam that is such an easy fix, you can go to any uphostery shop and buy vynil any color, if the panels are bad behind the vynil, you can buy hardboard/card board and do it yourself, probably for about $15.00 per panel, plus a little labor and make your wife happy also,

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    thats the plastic thats dry rotted zipp

    started sanding and doing a red neck rattle can primer job in driveway today.
    just to get it one color and address the little surface rust issues ya see(yes i am taping it off. that stainless trim a pain to find by 80-81 when to plastic) Good thing is mama likes the "hot rod" primered look so she will more then likely pick paint by fall and I'll paint over the winter
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