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1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan rubber that meets the carpet

The rubber (Lincoln Logo on it) that runs from the door to the carpet has disintegrated on my 1950 Lincoln and I want to find two replacements for the two front doors. Any help in where to find such would be appreciated.

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The rubber (Lincoln Logo on it) that runs from the door to the carpet has disintegrated on my 1950 Lincoln and I want to find two replacements for the two front doors. Any help in where to find such would be appreciated.
I'm not sure if they have what you're looking for but I'd start with Metro Molded Parts Inc.
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Any time you are looking for old auto parts, just Google "vintage............auto parts" (fill in your car's name). Check these two sites: http://www.lincolnoldparts.com/ and http://www.lincolnlandinc.com/ Good luck.
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