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Brandan
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« on: August 29, 2008, 08:51:37 PM »

We are getting ready to paint the doors on my 67 RS convert.  From what I have read the upper part of the doors should be painted black.  It has the regular interior (not deluxe).  The car is butternut yellow and from what I can gather the top part of the driver and passenger door should be black and not yellow.  My question is how does this look?  If I do the top part black where is the cut off point to match up with the yellow?   The door seal seperates the outer yellow from the black.

Does the black go on the top of the inner door and down to the bottom of the door?  If you have a picture of how it should look that would be extremely helpful.  I hope to have the car all together in about one week and will post some pictures as to the final outcome.


Thanks for the help in advance.  This site has really helped my in restoring this car to the way that it was made in 1967. 

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