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Are 1970 El Camino and Chevelle door panels the same? If not exactly the same, will they interchange? Thanks.

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1970 El Camino, licensed and insured for the first time since 1988, drove it down the block the other day, bodywork is continuing.
 

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I think the el camino door panels are shorter than the chevelle door panels. I've heard that el camino and chevlle wagons front door panels will interchange I don't know if its true or not.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BK72SS:
I think the el camino door panels are shorter than the chevelle door panels. I've heard that el camino and chevlle wagons front door panels will interchange I don't know if its true or not.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

elky and wagon are not the same. not even close.

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