1970 GTX Interior Rear 1/4 Interior Upper Panel Inside

Interior

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    musictoyz Active Member

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    guys does anyone have a diagram or picture of the rear interior 1/4 upper metal trim set up

    we think there is a inner stamped metal piece ...then another black painted metal piece that goes over this....and the vinyl door panel mats to the bottom of that down ?

    correct ? we are missing one inner panel I think ?
     
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    Should be metal piece on on top .....stainless trim piece in the middle ...and then door panel below that..... I can send a picture of my 69 Super Bee what should be the same if you would like?
     
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    thank you !!! ....to save us all a headache if you could just snap a picture that would be great

    if you want snap and text it to 207-450-1146...then you don't have to upload etc
     
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    This is a 69 Roadrunner

    IMG_20180203_115133.jpg
     
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    s-l1600.jpg s-l1600.jpg s-l1600.jpg s-l1600.jpg
     
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    37406_64e99dd14e68_low_res.jpg trim with chrome moulding in place
     
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    Hey guys....you have all been AWESOME !!! but the panels everyone has shown me I have....its an inner p gtx4.jpg anel...

    Here is a picture...the bare metal one is the one, on drivers side. As I figuried, the metal one goes on then the black metal....

    but I am not even sure the bare metal one goes with 1970 GTX !! my car was in boxs
     
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    70 GTX don't use that. only Charger. If your black panel in the pic don't fit correctly it may be from a Coronet or Super Bee and they won't fit a GTX or Road Runner
     
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    The panels I have are from Plymouth RR, GTX, Sat.
     
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    Don't believe there is a Dodge/Plymouth difference....vs....post or no post.... except charger all on its own
     
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