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Starting new Restore, 65 Burb...
#247700 Thu Oct 25 2007 12:52 AM
Joined: Nov 2004
Posts: 61
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bodiman Offline OP
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can anyone steer me to a good supplier of side window seals, if there are any?

I'm assuming the area above the windshield on the inside is not replacable, atleast knowbody making that part yet?

I'll post some Pics once it's in My shop!

Thanks for the help...

Mark

Re: Starting new Restore, 65 Burb...
#247701 Thu Oct 25 2007 02:35 AM
Joined: Sep 2003
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Re: Starting new Restore, 65 Burb...
#247702 Thu Oct 25 2007 03:08 AM
Joined: May 2005
Posts: 55
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Wrench Fetcher
Steele for sure-I bought one of the cheaper sets for my fixed rear quarter window, and it was merely stock lengths of the correct profile. It had to be cut/mitered in one corner, and it looked like S**T! It would have looked worse, as it shrank. Steele's is probably twice the cost, but it's a vulcanized one piece rubber. WELL worth the money, IMHO. Ive thrown the first set away.

Re: Starting new Restore, 65 Burb...
#247703 Thu Oct 25 2007 11:43 PM
Joined: Oct 2007
Posts: 59
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Wrench Fetcher
I bought a complete set for our 58 from Dixie Trucks. I'm satisfied with the quality. Don't know if he carries anything for a 65 but he had good prices and was quick. You;ll have to find him on-line then call to oder. Somewhat awkward but as I said, good service.

Re: Starting new Restore, 65 Burb...
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