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  1. 493 Mike

    rear package tray with speaker cutouts

    I would recommend 1/8" tempered masonite for a package tray. I purchased a "supposed to be" reproduction tray for my 65 Coronet and it was a piece of masonite, rough side up, painted my interiors shade of blue. No aluminum foil on the bottom and a vinyl "hinge" to attach the vertical piece...
  2. 493 Mike

    Door Seal too thick, door VERY hard to close.

    A common problem with the early "B"s. Best solution is to replace the windlace with a thinner product. Did you check with Joe Suchy? Mike
  3. 493 Mike

    66 B-body Sun Visors

    I think you should be able to find the center hole with your fingers and then use a pin to locate the screw holes. Mike
  4. 493 Mike

    Steering Wheel

    The aftermarket has many choices. What are you thinking? Mike
  5. 493 Mike

    Can i save this seat?

    My folks bought me a leather jacket for HS graduation (brother got a new 69 Dart GT for his) and it was quite crispy after 50+ years. I found Pecards Leather Dressing online and I'm really impressed with the results after using it. Now it's on all my leather goods. Mike
  6. 493 Mike

    Speedo resto Mike
  7. 493 Mike

    Can you reattach the padded cover to the ashtray?

    I'd try 3M spray adhesive or Goop adhesive. They both work well. Mike
  8. 493 Mike

    Sound deadener/insulation recommendations

    I'm using Eastwoods X-Mat. Easy to work with. I found a nice metal tape at ACE hardware to cover the seams. It's near the metal duct in the store. Mike
  9. 493 Mike

    Factory carpet color

    I didn't look close enough, thought it was dirty! Mike
  10. 493 Mike

    Factory carpet color

    Pull the seat and fold back the rug. The lap will show original nonfaded color. Mike
  11. 493 Mike

    Door pulls

    It appears the foam is releasing from the metal core-old age/rough use/ poor construction. Mike
  12. 493 Mike

    Fasteners-door crank knob to door crank

    I would JB Weld those and after insertion, stake the end with a center punch. Set them aside to cure and you should be good to crank. Mike
  13. 493 Mike

    Modifying seats for better support.

    A hot rod is never finished! Mike
  14. 493 Mike

    Thread size window winders 64 Polara

    Yes. The OEM screws have a hex recess, tapered seat, and chrome plating. Mike
  15. 493 Mike

    64 fury sill plate seals

    Yes. The windlace. There are several sources, such as: Joe Suchy, Classic Industries, Kramer Automotive Specialties. Mike
  16. 493 Mike

    Thread size window winders 64 Polara

    10-32. Mike
  17. 493 Mike

    64 fury sill plate seals

    How about a photo? Mike
  18. 493 Mike

    Wing window handle

    Do you have a set of drill bits? Mike
  19. 493 Mike


    SEM makes some cleaners. Mike
  20. 493 Mike

    65 Coronet 440 interior trim

    Here you go Ron. Mike