Sounds like your car is the Model 48 Victoria Coupe, body style 36-4411. The left door shell is a part no 4067301 which does not cross exactly to another car except maybe the same year Century Model 68.
Old parts books and Fisher Body manuals from the time show the nearest relatives to be many of the 1936 Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Oldsmobiles with 2-door coach bodies. Some of the door components are exact matches. For example the door glass and ventilator glass have the same part number on the Chevy, Pontiac, and junior Buicks. Whether one of those doors could be made to fit would have to determined by comparing to your right door or relying on somebody who has done it already. Just going by Internet pictures, they all look close.
Fisher bodies for the smaller cars (Chev/Pontiac/Olds/junior Buicks) were generally on 2-year design cycles back then. The '33-34 bodies used full wood frames with metal panels attached to the exterior. Most of the roof consisted of wooden slats covered by a rubber? coated-fabric material.
Turret Top bodies were introduced in '35-36 which had all-metal tops. However they still used structural wood in the floor area. Some wood was still used in the doors for non-structural purposes. The exception was Buick did not go to the Turret Top design until '36. On top of that, '35 Turret Top front doors are hinged at the center post. As a result, '36 Specials/Centurys have a lot of one year only body parts.
The Unisteel Turret Tops were used in '37-38 which did away with most of the wood except for seat frames etc.
Last edited by TODD; 12-03-2017 at 10:06 AM.
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