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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Does any vendor make Deluxe Aqua door panels for a '67?

I've always loved the look of the deluxe interior in aqua on '67 Mustangs. Mine has the standard interior with the plane Jane door panels. Do you guys know if anyone makes these after market? I'd love to get my hands on the deluxe seat trim as well. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!

Here's what I have.


Here's what I want.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 11:54 PM
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National Parts Depot (NPD) has the deluxe aqua door panels for 1968. Didn't see them for 67. But you could call them and ask.

Wouldn't 68 fit?
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I am looking for them too!


So if you do find them - please let me know!
(and visors and deluxe seat shells too)


AFAIK no, 1968 is different. That panel is '67 unique.

Daisy is a 1967 Coupe
Painted Frost Turquoise
Styled Steel Wheels
White Vinyl Roof
Deluxe Interior
WsW Tires

(And that big ol' 390 Engine )

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Oh, and the console is a unicorn!
I had to buy the new black one and paint using special primer and paint.
Looks good - but reproduction is not "perfect" by any means...


Good luck!

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Painted Frost Turquoise
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White Vinyl Roof
Deluxe Interior
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Oh, and the console is a unicorn!
I had to buy the new black one and paint using special primer and paint.
Looks good - but reproduction is not "perfect" by any means...


Good luck!
Im looking for that as well but what color did you use to paint them. Is it the Dark Aqua like the color you can buy from Scott Drake?
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What color did you use to paint them? Did you use the color Dark Aqua like the one you can buy from Scott Drake?
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