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 Post subject: FS: PT Cruiser advice?
PostPosted: 08 Mar 2024, 10:19 

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I recently swapped a classic old Jeep for a 2006 PT Cruiser. It has a lot of little dings and the "woodie" vinyl is in bad shape. Does anyone have information about PT clubs or places to purchase body parts? Also, any advice about peculiarities of the species?
I have spoken with a sign shop who could most likely do a "wrap" for the woodie parts, but I would think there are kits out there, cut to fit? Thanks in advance!


 Post subject: Re: FS: PT Cruiser advice?
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Pat have you checked for Facebook groups ?


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