Re: [DML] Remanufacturing Body Panels
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Re: [DML] Remanufacturing Body Panels

You can do anything with money.  The real question: is there a large enough
market for the trouble/expense for new tooling?  I'm guessing no since
panels are readily available through all of the vendors as well as private
parties - and that includes the coveted left front fender.  Have you seen
the photos inside of DMCH's warehouse?  They have more panels I will ever
need in my lifetime.  Same thing with PJ Grady and DMCGG.

Not trying to crush your spirit, bro.  Just telling you what I think, (since
you asked).



On 12/15/06, wylldshark <wylldshark@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   Hey guys,
> Is it possible for a person to take a panel and make a mold of the
> shape to make a stamp?
> I was thinking about the feasibility of making new panels and that
> seemed a good way to make new panels since T304 stainless is readily
> available instead of having a custom shop hammer and roll a new panel
> at an ungodly price.
> That way a company could become a limited run provider of panels for
> cars that needs new panels, mainly left front fenders, but any panel
> or maybe even plastic panels?
> What do you think?
> Rob Greenhaw

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