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Do they have the same doors?? As in are they interchangeable??

My brother just got 3 doors from a 57 4-door wagon given to him and was asking me if I could use any parts off of them for my 57 4-door Sedan.

If they are interchangeable (I'm thinking they are) I'll get the parts off of them I need, then hold onto whats left for when he does the body work and paint just in case I have a door in bad shape.
 

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the wagon rear door is straight on top and the sedan rear door has a bend on the top. don't know about front
 

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the wagon rear door is straight on top and the sedan rear door has a bend on the top. don't know about front
Huh, never even noticed that difference before. Anyone know if the fronts are identical?? I should be able to use a bunch of the trim and accessories though. I'm also hoping he has the drivers door cause I need a good wing window.
 

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The front doors are identical, the rear doors (as mentioned), have no dip at the beltline, and obviously have a different shape along the top. Not to long ago, I saw a station wagon that had the dipped beltline rear doors on it. The owner had grafted the square top onto sedan doors for the converiosn. Internal parts are also the same.
Gary
 
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