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Old 02-16-2006, 09:11 AM
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54' chevy 4 door window channel

I obtained some new door glass for my 54' chevy 210 4 door. I had to mangle the window channel stuff to get the old broken glass out. What are my options on this? I have looked at chevysofthe40s.com and they do sell window channel but not for my year. What are my options here? Who sells this stuff for 54's, and can I use a rubber insert instead of the metal window channel stuff?

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there's a company called Spaeneur and they have all sorts of things. i've seen window channel in their catalogue. that stuff is pretty pliable so i'm sure you can make it work.

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54 chevy window channel

I also have a 54 210 4 door. I just bought all of the channel from National Chevy Asso.
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Window channel is pretty generic, you can buy lengths of channel in many places, including J.C. Whitney: CLICK HERE They have lots of other styles.

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