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I am wondering what everyone's thoughts are on using wood appearing vinyl on a '49 Town & Country. The car had vinyl looking wood frames by the real stuff. I can go either way on restoring it. I have seen photos of these cars done either way and there are merits to either approach. First of all the curves in the door sheet metal would lead anyone who has ever worked with wood to know it isn't the real thing. But if it is wood shouldn't it all be wood?! Tin Woodie Chevy's don't do it for me. Everyone is welcome to post their thoughts. Value versus aesthetics and of course Patina are all factors. Thanks
1949 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible, 77k original miles,engine rebuilt at 65k car completely rewired at that time. New brake pads,wheel cylinders, and drums turned,work done two weeks ago.,Fully functioning convertible top(replaced approx. 6 years ago),Good leather upholstery and newer carpets,older paint(has some fading),many parts included. NOS ignition,clutch,electrical,chrome grill parts,filters,etc. Excellent driving car. Annual Fall Classic and Muscle Car Auction at Magic Forest in Lake George, N.Y. on September 5th with preview and bidder registration September 4th. Please visit www.gbccars.com for more information.