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Leather DOOR PANELS now available for 94-04 Mustangs!

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Old 03-20-2011, 09:50 AM   #1
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Default Leather DOOR PANELS now available for 94-04 Mustangs!

Hi everyone,

for those that don't know us, we've been a sponsor of this forum for a few years now. You can easily find our vendor ad in the sponsor section.

We now offer COMPLETE DOOR PANELS for the 94-04 Mustangs. Find them here:

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Here are the pictures. Only $150 SHIPPED FOR THE PAIR! Price will go up approx. 30% in early April, once we have more pictures of these beautiful pieces, so order now to get them at the introductory sale price!

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Old 03-20-2011, 10:17 AM   #2
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This just a leather skin you guys sell?
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This just a leather skin you guys sell?
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correct, that's it!

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I love the ideal and all, but and I don't mean to sound rude but from the pics you posted they look a little rough around the edges to me.

I would love to get some if the fit and finish was spot on.
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I think it's great maciek! Do you suggest carpet glue for install? I bought a boot from you guys...so I could imagine what kind of customization is involved in the door panel skins.
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I think it's great maciek! Do you suggest carpet glue for install? I bought a boot from you guys...so I could imagine what kind of customization is involved in the door panel skins.
Contact cement will also work great. There's an install write-up on our site!

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I love the ideal and all, but and I don't mean to sound rude but from the pics you posted they look a little rough around the edges to me.

I would love to get some if the fit and finish was spot on.
Let me put it this way. You can spend less time installing these, or spend more time and attend to detail more. We have the actual doors in our shop and the fit IS spot on.

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your shift boots look nice , the cover on the armrest looks good , but the instalation of the leather on this door is mediocre at best. if you cant get the double stitch to follow the curve of the grove in the door , or get all the wrinkles out doing this as a professional, how do you expect people with no experience to pull this off. it is much harder than you would lead people to belive. recover this door and put new pics up with better results. there is alot that can go bad in the prosess of doing this and you could end up with a disaster. if your door is already a mess it would be worth a try , but not as a upgrade! i have been doing auto upholstery for 28 years and have my own shop so i am not talking without experience.
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if you cant get the double stitch to follow the curve of the grove in the door , or get all the wrinkles out doing this as a professional, how do you expect people with no experience to pull this off.
We did not install this. It is a picture provided by one of our customers who did the install as a DIY.
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if i were you i would edit the post to let people know that and put pics of a professionaly installed skin.and would also suggest that they may want to have this installed by a shop.it is misleading to say you now have COMPLETE DOOR PANELS in big bold letters when it is only a skin for the upper half. like i said , all your other stuff on your site looks good, it looks like you guys make nice stuff , i would make sure i titled those pics customer images so people dont get the wrong idea like i did. that is a hard do it yourself project for someone, once you take that door panel apart and peel the skin off , there is no turning back.i would hate to see someone ruien a perftctly good door panel.
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if i were you i would edit the post to let people know that and put pics of a professionaly installed skin.
As soon as I have one, I most certainly will. Would you be interested in a 50% reimbursement of the price of these in exchange for pictures of your install?

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i think you guys should make the stitching outline the indented part in the door rather than above it I think that would look really good and I may consider buying a pair if it was like that
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i think you guys should make the stitching outline the indented part in the door rather than above it I think that would look really good and I may consider buying a pair if it was like that
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we can place the stitching wherever you'd like for you if you order the product.

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no , thank you though. i would fit them a bit differently. i dont care for the french stitch by the door pull area. i am going to two tone mine like my seats when i do them. when i do i will post a picture on here for you, if you would like a copy of the pattern i will send you one. i need a shift boot for my wifes RX8, i like the boots you make with the carbon fiber vinyl stripes . they look sporty and the craftsmanship looks good. in the photos the top stitching is nice and straight, i can appreciate that attention to detail.
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how do you install the leather shifter boot? my old boot was stapled and glued to a metel ring and then the ring was sorta tapped into the bezel. the only way I see me installing this new boot is if I remove the metal ring from the plastic bezel and just glueing the boot to the bezel. Am i correct? What type of adhesive do I use that will be FAST bonding and STRONG?

I have a 02 GT 5 speed manual. And your instructions about just using the bolts are wrong. i see no bolts at all...
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you are correct, that is the best way. Any epoxy-based glue will work, people use contact cement and automotive goop and many others really...

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So true!!
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you are correct, that is the best way. Any epoxy-based glue will work, people use contact cement and automotive goop and many others really...

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Thanks I installed everything today. I actually used 3M Double sided Molding Tape. Its a very strong adhesive usually used for putting on body molding like badges and stuff. Worked perfrectly and my boot looks GReAt on

The tape is also LESS messy..
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I would be intrested in a reimbursement/exchange. I have an 04 saleen and would gladly trade pics for 50% off , the interior is painted black so i would get the black leather with red stitch. I would also do the same for the e brake boot if you'd like
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I would be intrested in a reimbursement/exchange. I have an 04 saleen and would gladly trade pics for 50% off , the interior is painted black so i would get the black leather with red stitch. I would also do the same for the e brake boot if you'd like
But you aren't the pro so I wouldn't imagine the deal pertains to you.

I wouldn't mind seeing this for the entire door panel.
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