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Who has the best fit and quality for interiors parts? I need to do a complete job on a 72 malibu.
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I did a complete resto on my 70 Chevelle with interior parts from National Parts Depot and Year One. They both sell the PUI brand. All the components, (door panels, seat covers, etc.) were very good quality and installed relatively easy.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by sb70ss:
I did a complete resto on my 70 Chevelle with interior parts from National Parts Depot and Year One. They both sell the PUI brand. All the components, (door panels, seat covers, etc.) were very good quality and installed relatively easy.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

I'm about to redo my 71. Question about the door panels. The original panels are cardboard or somthing similar and the top piece is metal. Are the replacement panels made the same way or is the top piece something else?

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I also got a pui interior package , but have yet to install.They look great in the package though!!!!!!!Maybe one day they will finally make it on the car
 

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Thanks for the info. It looks like pui is it.
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by aks66chevelle:
I'm about to redo my 71. Question about the door panels. The original panels are cardboard or somthing similar and the top piece is metal. Are the replacement panels made the same way or is the top piece something else?

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Hi Andy,
I beleive the top piece is made of hard plastic (pre-asemyabled door panels). If you order the door panels unasyembled, then the top piece doesn't come with it, and you would use the metal ones from the original door panels. Hope this helps you
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I got all my interior parts from Ausley's All were nice and fit great!
 

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Andy,
Brian is right about the pre-assembled door panels. They are a molded plastic construction at the top and fit nice. I would highly recommend these pre-assembled panels.
 

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I picked up PUI from http://www.oldmusclecars.com/ they are a chevy dealer just up the road from me. It was PUI stuff and looks great and the preassembled door panels have a metal top rail.

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I have not inspected all the various interior components available, so my opinion regarding the best, cannot be truly objective. But I can say that the seat covers I received from OPG (Distinctive) are extremely nice. The feel of the material is superb. The fit is outstanding. And the price is competitive.
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by 69ssragtop:
I also got a pui interior package , but have yet to install.They look great in the package though!!!!!!!Maybe one day they will finally make it on the car<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

I'm with this guy


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