Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. OK lets get started first you need to remove your inside door panel depending on make and model of the vehicle it may be held on by screws or clips mine was held on by clips be sure to save the door clips or screw other wise you will be hot gluing it back on
The trunk floor and interior panels were completely replaced with flat 0. Soon enough a similar process would be repeated on the rest of the interior and the firewall. However, first the crew needed to finish the exterior panels, including the doors.
Shaved door and trunk handles is one of those Custom Car Techniques that we are all familiar with. Like with so many of these early Custom Styles and Techniques we can only guess where they originated, and by researching old photos we can guess when the style started to become a trend. None of the early Custom Builders kept track of what they were doing, and when they started with a certain style or technique.
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Car doors with "shaved" handles have had their handles removed and are opened by a remote-controlled keychain. A shaved door has a steel cable for the latch release inside the door, and a solenoid. The solenoid does the real work of unlocking and opening car doors.
Shaved door handles have been a popular modification on customs almost as long as customs have been popular. Removing the outer handles always adds a lot of impact, even on a mild custom. The simplicity of this modification is also an attractive feature; almost anybody can accomplish the basics with a few common shop tools.