Again, I don't think you are looking at things objectively. The fact that you want door panels in a color that was only used for 2 years is a perfect example of not understanding, or not wanting to understand, how the market works. Again, it doesn't matter who makes the parts, if they are low volume, specialty market stuff, which anything for an old Dodge truck is, it's going to be ridiculously expensive. Even if every owner of an existing, drivable D/W series truck buys a new repro set of door panels, it's still not going to be as cheap as the ones made for GM and Ford trucks. The market simply is not there and the parts cannot be made cheap enough for Dodge truck owners to stomach them. If you called me and wanted me to build you a bumper, I could do it for, let's say for the sake of the example, $800. Now if you called me and said you wanted me to build 1,000 bumpers, I could buy my steel, welding wire, gas, etc in bulk for lower prices and could drop the price of the bumpers considerably. Not free by any means, but a good bit of savings. But as long as it's small orders for a small market, parts will cost out the nose or the manufacturer cannot afford to produce them.