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Old 07-22-2010, 12:38 PM
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Need Molded Door Seals for 46 Olds

Can someone roll me a bone and tell me where I can find them? I've tried Soffseal and Metro -- and spent an hour looking. Hemmings has a 2005 article saying that they're available for $139 pr -- but gave now company name.



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Molded Door Seals 46 Olds

My bad -- I mistakenly posted this in the intro forum -- and the server says it is too busy to delete.

I need molded door seals for a 46 Olds 76 two door. I tried Soffseal and Metro -- and spent hours looking on the net. Can someone roll me a bone and tell me where to get them?


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I seriously doubt that anyone would invest in the setup to make them. They would only sell a few per decade.

If the body is basically the same as a Chevy, those might work, and be available, ...but I would not count on it.

You can buy universal weatherstrip by the foot. Some careful measurements, and a discussion with the folks who produce it, might result in a workable answer.
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It appears that a company called Super Cap makes them
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It appears that a company called Super Cap Specialty makes them
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