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Interior panel restoration
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Has anyone repaired small gouges or scrapes in their interior qtr panels with good results? If so, what did you use to fill them and what did you use to get the right grain back? This is the hard plastic panels. Thanks, Ryan.

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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73429mach;244429 Wrote:Has anyone repaired small gouges or scrapes in their interior qtr panels with good results? If so, what did you use to fill them and what did you use to get the right grain back? This is the hard plastic panels. Thanks, Ryan.
Ryan,
Best bet is to use a local mobile service who does interior repairs..Just stop by any bmw audi porchse dealer ..see the service manager ask who they use..
I have done it and what it will cost you to buy the materials is almost as much as having a pro do it ..

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Qcode351mach;244432 Wrote:
73429mach;244429 Wrote:Has anyone repaired small gouges or scrapes in their interior qtr panels with good results? If so, what did you use to fill them and what did you use to get the right grain back? This is the hard plastic panels. Thanks, Ryan.
Ryan,
Best bet is to use a local mobile service who does interior repairs..Just stop by any bmw audi porchse dealer ..see the service manager ask who they use..
I have done it and what it will cost you to buy the materials is almost as much as having a pro do it ..

Thanks for the advice Scott. This option will probably not work for me as the nearest BMW or Audi dealer is about 45 miles from me I think. I thought maybe someone has used some type of filler or epoxy to fill scratches or gouges. The ones I have are just deep enough that when you paint it without filling them it will be noticeable.

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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73429mach;244505 Wrote:Thanks for the advice Scott. This option will probably not work for me as the nearest BMW or Audi dealer is about 45 miles from me I think. I thought maybe someone has used some type of filler or epoxy to fill scratches or gouges. The ones I have are just deep enough that when you paint it without filling them it will be noticeable.
These mobile services come to your location...Then call the dealer if too far away to stop in
this may help too
http://www.drvinyl.com/

https://www.dentwizard.com/interior-repair.aspx

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