I finally got the door of my Isetta installed. It's been under a packing blanket on a work table in my shop for a long time, so it really feels good to get it on the car and free up a table.
I had the original hinges re-chromed. And of course, new rubber bumpers for the hinges.
New door seal. I used 3M Super Weatherstrip Adhesive (part # 08008 black) to glue my door seal in. It's a lot like a contact adhesive. You need to spread a thin coat on both surfaces, let the glue dry until it's tacky, and then press your seal to the door.
I'm having just a little bit of trouble with the door seems like it wants to sag on the handle side. To get it to close all the way, I have to lift up while I'm turning the handle. Obviously I need to do some tweaking to get the door properly adjusted, but I think I'll wait until I get the dash and the door shock installed before I make my final adjustments.
I still have a little bit of wiring to finish on the dash, but I'm pretty close to being ready to install the dash, door shock, and steering wheel.