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#390835 - 06/16/17 08:29 PM 1933 5 window wood
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I got an email from a guy looking for 33 5 window wood. Entler doesn't have the patterns & Rodman...Don't know. Can anybody suggest another source
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#390863 - 06/17/17 02:38 PM Re: 1933 5 window wood [Re: jiaccino]
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I thought ENTLER stopped doing woodwork due to health problems.

That's what he said to me couple years ago .

I know of no other sources than KC wood and rodman

mike hood

#390892 - 06/18/17 12:08 PM Re: 1933 5 window wood [Re: mike_lynch]
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#390902 - 06/18/17 06:10 PM Re: 1933 5 window wood [Re: THH]
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his website says he does buick Chevrolet 1915--1935 , but unfortunately not a single product is listed for either , but the brands listed have click ons that work.

Guess one has to contact them specifically about individual years of Chevrolet.

mike hood

#391825 - 07/07/17 07:31 AM Re: 1933 5 window wood [Re: mike_lynch]
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Be cautious with classic wood. Don't let them drill your holes. Most of them are not in the correct location. (I recommend you drill your own). I recently sent them my original wood (2 pieces) and ask them to duplicate. They still drilled the holes wrong (by 1/4"). Most of my wood came from them (back when Steve Cannon owned it, he died several years ago) Patterns are pretty good but many holes have been off. Lust my thoughts.


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