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    Formed fiberboard cover in trunk

    I am doing some clean up/restoration in the trunk of my 1969. The round hole on the floor in front of the ventilation fan assembly doesnít have a cover. I looked it up in the PET and found a reproduction cover at Stoddards and ordered it. When new from factory was this cover painted/coated or left original color? I looked in Dr. Johnsonís book but no trunk photos show it.

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    Senior Member Scott A's Avatar
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    It was just black paper cardboard.
    Stiff and almost shiny.
    And just glued in place with yellow glue. Maybe black glue.
    This is an extra I had.

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    Senior Member ejboyd5's Avatar
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    1969 trunk floor:
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    Vintageracer John Straub's Avatar
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    Post a photo of the Stoddard one when you get it.

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