Does anyone know where I can get a drivers side rear interior panel in tan for a '95 EB Brinco? I have checked the salvage yards near where I live and Jrff's Bronco graveyard with no luck. Thanks for everyone's help
Hey, Try this. The panels in my 84 were trashed so I purchased a 4x8 sheet of Alum. diamondplate and used the cardboard panels as a template. They look good, I have also seen varnished 1/4" maple veneer plywood on a show bronco if wood is your thing.
A diamond plate interior isn't really appropriate for a '95 Eddie Bauer, though... Those panels have padded armrests with hidden junk boxes, nice contoured speaker grilles, hideaway cupholders & ashtrays, rear storage pockets, and slots for the rollup cargo cover.
True enough Steve, my XLT is the same way. The tough part would be getting the curve contours to work if you tried to make your own. The rear panels contour in closer to the rear seat as well. Even the speaker grilles are curved. I think its been mentioned but I'd try the classifieds.
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the fact is, it is not going to be easy to find those panels. I too am missing the rear interior panels for my 1978 bronco. I plan on building my own from vaneer but i wouldnt suggest that on a newer, better looking bronco. But if the interior is not really important to you, i would just use some vaneer or atleast carpeted plywood. But dont forget to put in some armrest, cupholders, and 6x9 holes
Rick Baker - Springfield Missouri
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