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I got an 82 cutlass supreme, 2 tone brown, interior is perfect except the door panels are easily scratched off with a fingernail and by the back windows also. A friend that does custom interiors told me to take them off and sand down the panels and repaint them. But is there like a different type of material i should use or should i just repaint them like he said? The rest of the interior is brown cloth. So any suggestions would help.
 

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i dont know if this helps or not, but my buddy bought a firebird, and the previous owner had a dog and the back panels were all sccratched up. and i think all he did was sand them and repaint them, if u want i can ask him tommroow or later tonight and see what he did?
 

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i would say sand them down and paint them....or you could wrap the pieces in vinyl....a soft flexible vinyl nothing hard and stiff...
 

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yeah, all you gotta do is sand and paint, or you can cover them in vinyl or crush, or whatever you want. But sanding and painting is the easiest.


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i asked my buddy, he pressure washed his instead of sanding, but his werent too bad a guess, if he needed to he woulda used sandpaper. i dontknow what he used, but krylon fusion rattle can bonds to plastic not to bad.
 
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