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Door Sills - Caprice and Impala SS

Door Sills - Caprice and Impala SS

Regular price $299.99 USD
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These door sill covers are made from .0625″ thick aluminum. This means its not going to flex or dent and yet it still fits on the sill without any risk of having contact with the door. There is also a slight radius to the edges that ensure a great fit over your existing plastic factory door steps.

Our finishes:

  • Brushed - Will have a nice brushed finish. These are not polished and will have brushed lines in them. They look outstanding when done and nicely complement any interior with billet finishes inside.
  • Black - These are one of the last products we offer powder coated black. We now offer these with a semi-gloss black finish.

This kit comes with:

  • (2) Front door sill covers (1 for each front door) Directional Logo
  • (2) Rear door sill covers (1 for each rear door) Directional Logo,
  • (8) Screws – 2 for each door sill cover

What car models does this product fit?

  • 94-96 Caprice and Impala SS
  • 94-96 Wagons
  • 94-96 Buick Roadmaster
  • 91-93 B-Bodies will require fresh holes to be drilled in the factory door sill

       

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        Michael Sims (Shreveport, US)

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        Octavio Trevino (Austin, US)

        They came out nice. I still want to order more stuff

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        ANTHONY DELEON

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        Tyrone mccray
        Door sills

        Awsome product!! I luv em.

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        Sean McIntyre (Decatur, US)
        Nice add ons

        I purchased the arm rest savers and the kick panel trim pecies. They look very nice and seem to be well done. I will install and send out pics once the whole project is done this summer.