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medieval67
    
i'm looking for the card board between the back window @ the back seat where you can mount speakers
 
posted: July 21, 2009
 
    
 
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pontiacsd
    
On what sort of rig? What is your year, make and model?
posted:  July 21, 2009
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ericb
    
If it's a Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, or Pontiac, you're in luck. Parcel shelf boards are reproduced and sold by Pontiac and Chevrolet suppliers. Smooth or with caning material. I recommend Ames or Ecklers - look 'em up on da web.
posted:  July 26, 2009
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embarracuda
    
Try Yearone I got mine from them not a bad price fit was perfect
posted:  August 13, 2009
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yogi
    
http://www.homasote.com/WhereToBuy/

Homasote is the fiberboard you need to use. Other than that, if it's covered with any material, use your local auto upholsterer for the material and use 3M adhesive for applying. Or paint it if that's the origional....
posted:  August 24, 2009
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19cvy57man
    
I cut my rear speaker deck from the interior panels of what I believe was a older Kenworth tilt over cab semi tractor. The panels are large in size meaning that they are wide enough to fit across most rear decks. The panels I used were black vinyl in a rolled an pleated pattern. It saved me the hassle of finding new ones to match the cars original motif and frankly it gives the car a bit of class for the rear deck.
posted:  August 25, 2009
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