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How to Build Custom Interior Door Panels

1 year 1 month 29 days ago

Building a show-quality interior to match the rest of your build can be a daunting task. However, with a little instruction and a broad selection of car interior upholstery parts, the task is made easier than you might think. This series of videos will walk you through building custom interior door panels. The videos feature pro builder Pete Hagan, of Hagan Street Rods, designing and assembling custom door panels using a variety of universal upholstery parts available from Speedway Motors, including:

Watch the videos to learn how to build custom door panels for any vehicle:

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