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Delmar trim 1 year 10 months ago #146727

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Continuing work on my 1956 Glasspar Delmar. See the updates in the Members Projects section.

I haven't done the interior cockpit panels yet.

I'm wondering how cockpit to the cabin was trimmed out? I have a few pieces that probably worked with the sliding panels used to close in the cabin. I'm missing more than I have. How'd the top piece go? Was there a door?
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Delmar trim 1 year 10 months ago #146738

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Finding some images on the web.
Hadn't thought of astroturf!
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Delmar trim 1 year 10 months ago #146740

Hello David,


This looks like an original door.


Appears to be to the same folding door used on the Sedan




New style - post 61 Delmar - rigged out for fishing on the Gulf of Alaska.

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Delmar trim 1 year 10 months ago #146742

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Thanks for the photo of the door, Terry. Did the top section hinge at the top? There was a hook on the forward ceiling in the cabin. I wonder if it swung up and hooked?

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