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Old 01-04-2005, 07:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone

I'm in the middle of the rebuild of the griff car from Back to the Future 2, 1976 633CSI. I really need to know what interior trim piece this is. ASAP! HELP! thanks a ton!!
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Hey everyone

I'm in the middle of the rebuild of the griff car from Back to the Future 2, 1976 633CSI. I really need to know what interior trim piece this is. ASAP! HELP! thanks a ton!!
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I'm not familiar with that car, but it looks like the interior "A" pillar trim panels, in the front next to the glass..........or maybe a door sill on the bottom........
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I'd say it's what goes on either sides before your doors,

but I could be wrong...
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i found it already :P

it actually gos along the rear window sills and wraps around towards the headrests.

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