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Old 02-18-2005, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any LV Owners Have Interior Door Panals That Attach With Factory Machine Screws?

I was looking at a 1963 FJ45LV parts book and saw a drawing of interior door panals being attached with sheet metal screws and rosettes. I'm pretty sure every pic of a door or panal I've seen was set up for a springclip. If you've got the screw set up, please tell me what year your rig is. Thanks.
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'64, '65 have the clips.
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Old 02-18-2005, 08:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Both of mine are that way.Rosette is imbeaded in the paper board.I have one rear that is semi good but it is not flat,water i bet.From my parts truck.My first set P O streched fabric and painted black,rosettes are under fabric on them.
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Both of mine are that way.Rosette is imbeaded in the paper board.I have one rear that is semi good but it is not flat,water i bet.From my parts truck.My first set P O streched fabric and painted black,rosettes are under fabric on them.
What year are they?


Mike, what is that a pic of? My LV is '65 and the clips and clip holes don't look anything like that.
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That is the clip that holds the door panels on.
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that should be the plastic receptacle for the spring clip
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Old 02-19-2005, 12:35 AM   #7 (permalink)
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FJ45-23661 papers say 1966.But i think canada registers when rig is sold,not inported.Most of the sixtys toys i have bought here in B.C.seem to be older than the papers.Also have a upper air vent ,pimp brought this to my attention.I never saw a LV when i lived in seattle or portland.Rob
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FJ45-23661 papers say 1966.But i think canada registers when rig is sold,not inported.Most of the sixtys toys i have bought here in B.C.seem to be older than the papers.Also have a upper air vent ,pimp brought this to my attention.I never saw a LV when i lived in seattle or portland.Rob
Wow, post a pic of the upper air vent. I've heard of them, but haven't actually seen one yet.

My LV doesn't have the plastic insert for the panal clip, and I am sure it has different clips. Maybe mine aren't stock. I'll post a pic after it stops pouring rain.

Mike, post a pic of that clip if you get a chance.
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Gene I hope this helps.Rob
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Gene I hope this helps.Rob
whoa... what the... heck is that? roof vent? oh that is sooo cool. i wish my '67 lv had that. i have never seen that. can you take one more pict from out side, just a bit further away?
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My 1964 didnt have sheet metal screws:

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Rob (1FE pig), Could you post a pic of the inside of the door that your screw on panal came off of without the panal on it?

Thanks for the pics of the vent Too.
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that vent is cool! I guess its a long brow(pre67) thing for non-US delivery FJ45lv's?
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Yep, that thing is way cool. I'll bet it's a leaker in the rain though. Not that the rest of the vehicle isn't.
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Here's the set up I've got. The clips work really well without needing the plastic hole inserts, but now I'm pretty sure it's not stock.
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