Why seal the left door?


Dean Payne
 

Reading the latest TKM (thanks, guys!), I read a caption that stated
the left door was sealed shut. This is not all that unusual, from
what I read, but it suddenly struck me: why? What would be the
advantage? In a couple of cases at least, I think they had interior
racks for auto parts, so that could be one explanation. Are there any
other reasons? I'm not talking about where they replaced a half-door
with siding, but rather sealed the left door shut.

Dean Payne

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