I just found that a company called: Custom Auto Trim sells 3M wood grain vinyl that should be perfect. Plus, there are lots of wood grain patterns. Thanks for your help.Check with Blake442, he did his wagon with the vinyl faux wood.
Here's his thread. It's pretty long, but might be helpful to you. https://gbodyforum.com/threads/83-cutlass-cruiser-build-thread.7823/
Another guy that I knew did the faux wood look on his Malibu wagon. I forgot where he acquired his vinyl, but it's not difficult to find.
That might've been the company I was thinking of. I'm glad you were able to find it. Sorry I couldn't be more specific. It should be a good product.I just found that a company called: Custom Auto Trim sells 3M wood grain vinyl that should be perfect. Plus, there are lots of wood grain patterns. Thanks for your help.
The first thing that I thought of was the first vehicle I had as a driver. It actually belonged to my "stepfather" (in quotes because he and my mother never married). I drove it in my Junior year of high school, a 1952 Buick Roadmaster woody wagon. Wish I had pics to show, but that was almost 45 yrs ago.Thanks for keeping it clean!!! I heard Netflix is now proudly showing the other woody in some of thier content. Some people’s kids…
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