I have just recently acquired a 1993 Jeep ZJ Limited, it needs some work but is otherwise in fair condition. I would have held off buying it in favor of a newer Grand Cherokee but I needed to 4WD before winter set in and didn't want to regret passing it up. Aside from the obvious improvements (reattached headliner, a few repairs to the seats) that it'll need I noticed a few cracks in the front passenger door panel, and a small one on the driver side. See the links below for pictures. I have looked on ebay and it would seem that door panels for this particular model Jeep aren't exactly easy to find, so I'd like to repair the ones I have if possible.
Does anyone have any experience with this? (Google searches have proved fruitless) I'm not entirely sure where I should start or what method I should use (something like super glue just seems tacky) and I want to do this right rather than fast. I'd like to save checking junkyards as a last resort. I know given the age of this Jeep it's no spring chicken but I intend to drive it until the wheels fall off so I want to make it as nice as I can.
Thanks in advance, any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated!