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Custom Door Sills

For your classic car

Overview
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Created to precisely fit  your car

We'll guide you through measuring for the new sill.

Powder-coated with custom paint matching

Classy black is the default. Or you can choose a powder-coat color that matches your car exterior or interior for an add-on cost of $25.

Laser-engraved Logo

The emblem of your choice is laser engraved in the sill. For anything other than simple logos, there will be a design fee of $25.

Clear Coat Finish

We finish it with a clear coat to protect it for years to come.

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From British Racing Green to Aubergine

We can laser any logo you choose or help you design one

Pricing & Ordering

1 set (2 sills): $175 + shipping + tax

Add-on costs:

  • $25 design fee for custom logo work (beyond basic logos)

  • $25 for powder coat color other than black.

We are currently not taking online orders. Email me at rwrrestorations@gmail.com or send a message via the Contact Us button and we can set up a time to talk and go through your questions. Once we get the particulars down, I will send you an invoice. PayPal is my preferred method of payment.

Turn-around time for orders is about 1-2 weeks, depending on travel schedule.

  • I want my initials and not a logo. Can I do that?
    Yes! Our designer can work with you to create a pleasing look for your initials.
  • I have an idea for another small milled item. Can you do that?
    I'd love to hear your idea! Use the contact form or email me.
  • How does the sill attach to the car?
    The most common method is using screws; however double-back sticky foam can be used.
  • What kind of payments do you accept.
    I accept PayPal and Zelle and will invoice you.
  • Won't the sill interfere with the door?
    The sill thickness is typically 0.1 thousands of an inch. This will not interfere with the door.
  • What measurements will you need?
    You'lll need to measure your door sill width, length of the flat section of the sill and how much lip overhang do you need for the outside edge.
  • What material do you use for the sill?
    6160 aluminum. I start with a tube, cut in half and go from there.
  • Moss and others sell these for much less. Why should I buy yours?
    Moss's sills are painted onto thin stainless steel. Over time, the paint chips off. Our machined aluminum plate is .100 (about 1/8") with .020 deep grooves. We powder coat the grooves (with your choice of color), laser-etch the logo (of your choosing) and then clear coat the entire sill. It will last for years. And look amazing!

Contact Me

If you want to see one of these in person, I will be at the following car shows in 2024:

  • Texas MG Register GoF, Corsicana, TX - May 16-19

  • British V8 Meet, Hot Springs, AR - July 7-10

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Thanks for contacting me. I'll get back to you within 48 hours.

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