Not sure just what yours should be like, but the ones on my 1983 109 two
door are flat fibreboard covered with plain brown vinyl and secured by a
steel trough welded to the bottom rail of the door, a row of ST screws up
each side and a pull handle that looks as if it came off a drawer screwed
to the rail across the door just below the waist. (I am certain these are
the original factory fitted ones)
This type of interior panel should be easy to either make or get made.
Because the fibreboard is not waterproof, it is unlikely that many are
still in existence, and I doubt very much if the genuine article is still
available. However, I have seen advertisements for moulded ones in English
magazines - depends how authentic you want to to be.
Most Series Landrovers had the doors unlined except station wagons, so the
bits you are after are fairly uncommon in the first place.
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