I am building a new home starting this spring, but I have a lot of free time between now and when the build starts. In order to feel like I'm accomplishing things, I've been building doors for my nonexistent house. So far I have one flat panel cross and bible interior door and a craftsman style exterior front door. Both doors are made of American black walnut. (I was fortunate to acquire a large quantity of Walnut about a year and a half ago, 3000 bdf.)
Like my father I enjoy acquiring things, although I never know exactly what I'm looking for, I keep my eyes and ears open for opportunities. Recently I've come a crossed a large volume of reclaimed cedar boards. Most boards are 2+ inches thick, 12ish inches wide and + or - 80 inches long. The first thing that comes to mind is a large quantity of cedar doors.
My question is, will cedar make decent interior doors? If not what else can I make with this new found treasure?