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Old 05-08-2007, 10:48 PM   #1
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I found this 58 Flying Cloud. Its a California built I believe 22-85xx. She has water damage and floor rot in all the right places, a good exterior, but the interior is a mess. A MESS! I'm not the cabinets are original. The wood looks like an inexpensive 70's paneling..in pic 1 the cabinet door is a frame with this "paneling" on the outside and inside. Can anyone give me a clue?
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Old 05-08-2007, 11:43 PM   #2
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Not sure what we're looking at here...looks like a bunch of PO's "fixes & tweaks" to the wood & doors. I can tell you the white Odee fastener in the first shot is original. It's made from unobtainium....I'm looking for some to use in our redo of Birdy our '56 Safari.

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ok i agree hardware is original. the first picture is to the left as you step in the door. the "solid door" looks like it belongs..but the door with holes in it...well? It also matches the door shown in the second pic which is located curbside over the fridge...its built with a "picture frame covered in paneling inside and out. this view shows the outer panel coming loose from the frame
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