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Old 03-25-2020, 11:27 PM
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Default How to build a Jaguar Hearse

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So they did show if the changed the doors or rebuilt the one that came with the car. Looked to me like new doors. My thought was what they do with with the doors they take off?
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My guess is that they rework the doors to fit the new body, and that very little is wasted in the manufacturing process.
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