Re: door panel
What kind of adhesive was used?
Without purchasing a replacement you could superglue it together, however, this can lead to the surface being hard, and if it doesn't dry correctly, it can look 'lumpy'.
I've never really checked to see how the vinyl (suede in my case) is attached onto the door panel, but vinyl should hold adhesive better. You'd have to get LOTS of it, and when placing the vinyl back on top of the sponge, use a credit card or something similar to smooth it out as best as possible, then wipe off the access (masking tape will help cleanup!). Again, the downside is that this will leave the door panel rather hard.
If you can remove the sponge as well (read: it's not glued onto the door panel) you could look around for a replacement at a salvage yard. The downside is finding the right colour.
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