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Door panel water/vapor barrier

Grandbob

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Hi guys I started looking at yearone & classic Industries for the plastic liners that protects the back of the door panels 68-70 charger, but didn't see them ,I may not be putting in the right name, I did see a set on eBay but seems too pricey at $100+.
If you know where I should look please let me know
 
I just made my own using plastic sheeting and trimmed to fit the panels.
 
Make your own. Home Depot HD opaque plastic sheet.
In paint dept pick up enough rope caulk.
 
Heavy poly ✔️
Rope caulk ✔️
Probably is the route I'll take.
I for sure want to tuck the material back in the relief opening at the bottom of the door. I've seen the TV builders use Dina matt, looks like that could trap water in some areas of the door frame
 
Just browse the pinned members restoration threads and you'll find all you need to know to do it correctly.
 
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