door lining

door lining

The finish of wood, metal, marble, etc., which surrounds the top and sides of a doorway.
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Over 2,300 packages of medicinal preparations, syringes, medicine bottles, ampoules of various purposes were found in the baggage compartment, passenger compartment and behind door lining during the search of the vehicle.
In addition, the same material was used for seats and door lining with a soft pad to create a comfortable and private space that offers a sense of being wrapped by the seat.
The limited edition's stand out appearance is finished off with floor mats including coloured piping and door lining that matches the chosen colour combination.
The interior has been heavily revised with a new steering wheel, centreconsole and door lining, and silver trims.
The high spec interior, so well preserved there's still a new car smell, features half leather seats, green alcantara door lining, air conditioning and CD player.
"We had a Mercedes which was stolen and within two hours it was ripped down, door linings taken out, everything, it was unrecognisable, like Meccano, it was dismantled.