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TRUNK TRIM BOARDS, TR2, TR3, 1954-57
“This is the Early Fibreboard Panel...”
The fuel tank rear trim board listed here is a version of the one fitted
originally to TR2 and early TR3 models.  The ones we purchase in England have a
black leather grained finish, and the material is fibreboard, more or less like
original, a thinner material than the Masonite panels fitted to later models.  The
bottom edge of the fibreboard panel is creased and meant to be bent at a right
angle.  It then functions as the lower flange for attaching the bottom of the trim
board to the trunk floor.  Originally, the fuel tank rear boards were painted in the
interior colour of the car, in this model range, and the trunk floor was trimmed
with Wilton wool carpet which matched the interior carpet.  Trunk carpets are
available from The Magic Carpet Factory.  Please inquire of a telephone
salesperson if you wish to order wool trunk carpet.
TRUNK TRIM BOARDS AND MATS, TR2, TR3,
1954-57—Continued
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Trim Board,
fuel tank rear, TR2, TR3
1
53.95
models, fitted up to comm. no. TS22014
HARDWARE,
securing trim boards to
brackets in trunk
Screw,
trim; count your holes for exact
10
.45
amount required
Washer,
cup
10
.45
P.S.  Trim boards were painted in the interior colour on this model range.  Another
way to finish it would be to cover it with interior vinyl to match the car's interior.
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