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d_stever 
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Posted: January 21, 2008 at 9:27 PM / IP Logged  

has any one worked with late 80's mark 3 conversion vans? im trying to remove the driver side panel from the back of the door to the rear of the van, its one peice made of 1/8in wood sheet, and i cant figure out how its secured on to the wall of the van. i tryed my panel tool, but nothing gives, and it sounds like the wood is breaking. i am kinda thinking that thay screwed the plywood to the ribs of the van then carpet over the screws. if anyone has any ideas or experience with these vans PLEASE HELP

Ctoh 
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Posted: January 22, 2008 at 6:58 PM / IP Logged  
Mark iii typically secured the wall under the window ledge(has the cup holder/ash tray in it) and if up the side of the windows it may have wood trim pieces, take the window blinds off and there may be screws straight up under there.  mark iii was horrible about not making their vans consistent so exacts is hard to say.  Good luck,,,

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