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Old 07-27-2013, 01:30 PM
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67 door panels needed

Anyone have a spare set of plain Jane 67 door panels that they don't need?

I have a nice set of 67 with the chrome trim rings, and a set of plain 68 -72 panels that I could trade if possible.

My truck is a base model and I want to keep it simple without any chrome trim.

If have some that are not all beat up and don't have any speaker holes cut in them, please let me know. I'll post some pics of what I have later tonight when I get home from the shop.

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Anyone have a spare set of plain Jane 67 door panels that they don't need?

My truck is a base model and I want to keep it simple without any chrome trim.
Only Custom Cabs and Rangers came with door trim (upholstered) panels. Standard Cabs just have painted steel access panels.
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Only Custom Cabs and Rangers came with door trim (upholstered) panels. Standard Cabs just have painted steel access panels.
Yes, but there are two styles of steel door panels.

One that has a chrome and black trim that covers the 12 or so attaching screws and one that doesn't.

I'm looking for a pair that does not have the trim.
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Yes, but there are two styles of steel door panels.

One that has a chrome and black trim that covers the 12 or so attaching screws and one that doesn't.
Sorry, that's incorrect. Originally the moulding was only used with door trim panels. Someone, after the fact, installed mouldings on Standard Cab painted steel access panels.

Notice the parts catalog listing for (20942): C7TZ-8120942-A .. Moulding-Front Door Trim Panel .. that it's listed for 81B & Ranger, not 81A

81A is a Standard Cab or 1970/72 Custom / 81B = 1967/69 Custom Cab/Ranger; 1970/72 Sport Custom/Ranger/Ranger XLT

Notice in the parts catalog illustration the placement of the moulding...onto the trim panel.
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Are these what you are looking for? IIRC, they came out of a 67 F250... I have its unblemished painted front bumper. Figure the odds of that after 46 years!

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Only Custom Cabs and Rangers came with door trim (upholstered) panels. Standard Cabs just have painted steel access panels.
? MY 68 has the trim and steel door panels ? is this not correct ? oh and it's a custom cab .
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pic , yes i know arm rest is not original.
That's what I have too and I'm fairly certain they came that way from the factory.

HIO: those look like they are 68-72 panels. 67 only has 4 holes. One for the window crank, one for the door handle, and two for the arm rest.
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That's what I have too and I'm fairly certain they came that way from the factory.

HIO: those look like they are 68-72 panels. 67 only has 4 holes. One for the window crank, one for the door handle, and two for the arm rest.
Hmmm... OK. I guess my recollection is off and unfortunately don't have what ya need.
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Hmmm... OK. I guess my recollection is off and unfortunately don't have what ya need.
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This is what he wants... just without the speakers.

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