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Old 01-23-2005, 11:00 AM
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1951 I think Plymouth Concord

I am new to this so forgive me if I screw up. I am looking for any parts resorces , window gasgets, trim, fenders, ect. that I can find. I have looked through the info on this site and came up short. any help I can get I would greatley appricate.

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Ihave used some of these guys for my 48 Dodge. www.oldmoparts.com www.allpar.com www.moparstyle.net
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Go to the mall and look at the bookstore like Walden or B Dalton. Look at the magazine rack for HEMMINGS MOTOR NEWS.
Look in Plymouth parts, or MOPAR parts.
Since I am of the opinion that there are not very many factories making extruded weather strip for old cars, look at J.C. Whitney, too. I suspect theirs come from the same factories as the expensive places.
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http://www.fossilcars.com/links/mopar.html
http://www.merc583.addr.com/mopar/p15pages/links.html

both have lots of vendor links....joe
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