Rear doors
#1
The rear doors in my Mk1 van have been skinned with plywood, and although it does protect the doors it looks a bit crap...
My options are either to cover the ply (with carpet or fabric that can fold behind the edges) or take the ply off, except the door cards have been drilled to accept self-tappers that hold the ply on. And the plastic door cards look poo. Question - are there door cards that are fabric covered, like the door panels? And did the estate (ie not van) version have twin doors or all just single door?
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#2
The Multispace (estate) did come with twin rear doors, but there are not many about and I can't help about the inner panels other than to say that my tailgate has a hard plastic panel that whilst functional doesn't look the very best
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#3
Thanks Coco, looks lke I may have to cover the plywood panels instead then... Hmm, I've not tried upholstery before...
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