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Middle & Rear seat kick panels for '59-'67 bus Turn on always show all large photos     Ad id: 2240157
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Aero Papyrus
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for Mesh Grey interior
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new made in-house metal trim is just like original, but not scraped up
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trim is bent over the edge, like original
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trim is bent over the edge, like original
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Beading goes all the way around the middle seat kick panel, as original
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Has the metal reinforcements on the sides, and the trim bent over the edge, like original
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Has the metal reinforcements on the sides, and the trim bent over the edge, like original
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What color do you need?
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Snowflake sets run $1200/pair
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Middle & Rear seat kick panels for '59-'67 bus   Price: $800/pair
This is a pair of reproduction '50-'67 split bus kick panels.

The small kick panel goes on the side of the middle seat, the long one clips to the front of the rear seat. These feature all the same details of an original piece.

These are made to order.
I can upholster them in various color fabrics. I make middle seat kick panels to fit all types of middle seats, including RHD models, double door models, and even baywindow seats. Let me know if you need help identifying the type of seat you have.

These are made in the U.S.A.

The grooved aluminum trim is made in house, I start with a flat sheet of aluminum; the ribs are made using a pair of dies, and then the panels are shaped and formed using a very large set of dies. They are then polished to a high luster.
This is not the same flat generic trim that has been available from other vendors.
The metal trim is purpose built start to finish to match the original. I spend time making sure it has the details of the original, such as
- trim with correct grooves
- beading bump at top of trim.
- trim bent round edge of rear seat kick panel
- reinforcements for the sides of the rear seat kick panel

The snowflake pattern trim comes from Ricardo in Argentina as a flat sheet with the snowflake pattern and then I finish it using my dies.

Worldwide shipping is no problem.

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Please check out my other ads for loads of other VW parts. I am happy to combine shipping on multiple item orders. Bulk discounts available on large multiple item orders.

Trades considered, search my Wanted ads for trade options.

I accept Paypal and payments by mail.

Worldwide shipping available.

After you receive your order, I would appreciate if you left positive feedback for us on thesamba by clicking this link:
http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=148133
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