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Mustang TMI Pony Door Panel Installation 1965-1966
Help give your 1965-1966 Mustang's interior new life with
these Deluxe Pony style door panels from TMI. These are made with Masonite
MDF wood backing, not flimsy cardboard backing that can easily deform
especially when dampened by rain or snow. They feature original style heat
seam line patterns and are offered in a variety of factory correct colors.
For installation, you'll first want to remove your original door panel.
You'll then want to remove the water shield and the three screws that
secure the door handle shaft to your door. Take out the old door handle
shaft and replace it with your new one, and then re-install in the door.
Next, install the water shield to your door and then work on assembling the
door panel for installation. This includes securing the panel trim and the
pony door panel cup. Then install the bracket for the panel door cup to the
Line up the new pony door panel, squeeze the panel on, screw the door cup
to the bracket, and install the door cup cover. Return the door handle and
window crank to the door, and your installation is complete. Total
installation should take up to 3 hours.
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Mustang Door Panel Replacement Installation 1969-1970
For an upgrade to your 1969-1970 Mustang, a full door panel
replacement is a great way to improve the quality of your car's interior.
The steps for this installation include removing the original door panel,
retrieving all parts you'd like to reuse, and then assembling your new
panel. This process, including installing the new panel onto your door,
takes around an hour per side.
For this install, Bill recommends TMI Door Panels for 1969 Mustangs. These high quality panels
have the lower carpet, inner beltline weatherstrip with molding and door
lock grommets already installed. Choosing TMI helps give your 1969 Mustang's interior new life.
Scott Drake has become an iconic brand that redefines quality reproduction
and aftermarket Mustang
parts. This installation features their Door Panel Woodgrain Insert, as
well as their Door Panel Emblems.
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