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Old 11-13-2012, 08:25 PM
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My rear deck covering is severely sun faded and rotted, the first aid kit cover is cracked and the lower cormers of the rear pillar coverings are cracked. I see I can get a 3rd brake light at Peach Parts, is it possible to re-cover the rear deck and pillars? Anyone know where to get the cover for the first aid kit?

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Old 11-13-2012, 09:24 PM
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I made a plywood back deck cover and 6x9 speaker enclosures very easily. My palomino black deck was straight up white, as was the blue interior one. Covered it in vinyl from joann fabrics...came out really good. Just an option, links to come. All you'll need is a jigsaw and a plywood/ mdf sheet with a fabric and 3m adhesive.
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:32 PM
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I made a plywood back deck cover and 6x9 speaker enclosures very easily. My palomino black deck was straight up white, as was the blue interior one. Covered it in vinyl from joann fabrics...came out really good. Just an option, links to come. All you'll need is a jigsaw and a plywood/ mdf sheet with a fabric and 3m adhesive.
Did the 3rd brake light still fit and did you do away with the first aid kit?
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:38 PM
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Did the 3rd brake light still fit and did you do away with the first aid kit?
My first aid kit was original from 1982 so I chucked it for a new one. I dont have a 3rd light since I'm pre-85 but I imagine that is like a bolt on(?). Will post link as soon as I'm off my cellphone. It was easy with gradual curves and it slid right into the slot that the "hat rack" (rear deck) rested
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:25 PM
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I don't think that idea will work on the 124. There is a depression where the first aid kit fits into, and then there are the fold down head rests.
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Take a look at this - W201 first aid trim

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