We could trade. Cash and a 2005?
that could work as long as there aren't any big scratches or damage. I guess I just have to figure out how to disassemble the partsnoname said:We could trade. Cash and a 2005?
Its real wood, I've never seen one with 100% perfect wood, they all have some small defect, a knot, something... But that's what makes it cool, its real. `)noname said:I was going car for car, tongue in cheek, of course.
On my passenger side, the wood is cracked down it's length (not obvious except in certain light.) It has been that way since I bought it, I think. But we did not notice for a year. It appears to be under the finish, or at least it doesn't reflect to the surface as a discontinuity to touch.
Maybe try a wrecking yard/used parts dealer. At my last check, Car Cannibal in OKC did not have anything that new on the lot.