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JMCPERFORMANCE
Posted 2010-09-08 12:02 AM (#240220)
Subject: weatherstripping



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I'm looking for the rear window weatherstripping for my 1957 Dodge Coronet 2 door. Does anyone know where I can find it?
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Posted 2010-09-08 8:35 AM (#240255 - in reply to #240220)
Subject: Re: weatherstripping



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JMC performance is the "Mopar shop" that I take my 2 Dodges to. He has also done work on a 58 Desoto (Power brakes), as well as just finishing rebuilding a "326" for a friend of mine with a 59 Dodge.
He will also be doing some work for BadMike58's Christine, and I suspect He will either be replacing or rebuilding the tranny in Börje's 70 Cuda (500 cubic inch)--Jon rebuilds the trannys himself, even the cast iron ones. Anyway, Welcome to the Forward Look, Jon!
I did a search on this site for weather stripping and here is what I found. (Click the link below).

Maybe some of you guys have more "current info" and John, (Big M) what are you intending to use on your
front windshield for that Plymouth cvt?

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=32083&... stripping&highlightmode=1#M237296

Good luck on your hunt, Jon!

Gary
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Posted 2010-09-08 12:04 PM (#240284 - in reply to #240220)
Subject: Re: weatherstripping



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Gary, I will be using a good OEM gasket that I salvaged from a '59 coupe a few years back. I have not tried any of the reproductions on the bubble type windshield, but remember having a nightmare trying to fit the windshield back into my '57 Fury using the Bernbaum replacement.

---John
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JMCPERFORMANCE
Posted 2010-09-18 12:57 PM (#241835 - in reply to #240220)
Subject: Re: weatherstripping



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Thanks for all your help guys. I found some weatherstripping that will work. I also am looking for a new windshield. Mine is de-laminating at the bottom.
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