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15 Jul 2021 01:51 #43505 by Terry Cockerell
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Wyn in the second picture showing the Custom Beverly door panel there appears to be a welting down the edge of the door fixed with drive nails.
The last 6" is missing.

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15 Jul 2021 12:56 #43511 by wynlaidig
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The welting on all 4 doors of my custom welting goes all around the top and down both sides. I have no evidence that it went across the bottom. On other cars I have seen, the welting seems to bend inward and disappear carpet strip begins (see last photo below from thefateofthesleepingbeauties.com). On my rear doors the welting is clearly cut at the top of the lower hinge. Seems strange, but that what I have. But since the lower carpet section on all but one of the doors has fallen off, I am not very confident about how the lower door sections were originally trimmed.







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15 Jul 2021 22:22 #43515 by Terry Cockerell
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Wyn, the welting around my Westchester door panels does not continue along the bottom edge . It is only along both sides and around the top of the door.

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17 Jul 2021 01:29 #43521 by john mccall
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Terry,
It seems we need to start attaching serial numbers to the pics we are showing so that we can define what is an early car and a late car. The serial number of the 810 Westchester that I looked at is 2582 A. The 812 Custom Beverly no. is 10095 S
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17 Jul 2021 05:44 #43522 by Terry Cockerell
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John.
What you have said is a good idea.
My Cord which is known as the Actonite Cord due to its historical connections with Acton, Ontario has Serial No 810 1586 A.
A while ago in the Forums there was a suggestion to store all of the various information sheets and pictures that Rick Hulett had shared with the members however nothing that I am aware of has happened with this proposal. I have a lot of material that Rick kindly shared with me. I am happy to share it or pass it on to a suitable location.

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18 Jul 2021 00:54 #43524 by john mccall
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Terry,
Yes, I thought the reason this thread was started was to help define what the interiors and trunks looked like when the Cords were built. That's why I tend to question any info I see that is different from what I have seen or remember.

I have sent a summary of the emails I received from Rick to 2 people who I thought could benefit from the info. It would be great if we could get everyone who has info from Rick, to submit that info. The trick however, is to find someone who has the capability of organizing and correlating that info into a more digestible form. In the meantime if we could just get all the submissions on this sight somehow so that the general membership who are interested could read through the stuff.
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