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08-23-2009 09:26 AM
timothale
sometimes hard to find

We have been looking for the driver's door interior window moulding for my son's 36 plymouth coupe for about 5 years. My son just bought a 34 chevy pickup basket case and it came with an extra set of interior pieces. chevy parts are harder to find and to find someone who knows what years and models of gm stuff will interchange.
08-17-2009 01:45 PM
Wyfan
window garnish

I was wondering if anyone has some suggestions on how to make window garnishes or what to use when they are missing, i'm having trouble finding a passenger side window garnish, i'm looking for a 33 chevy 3-window coupe garnish i no avail. i'm sure i'll have to make one but does anyone have any suggestions on what material to use or how to fabricate one, I thought of using thin wood strips (veener style) and gluing it to the door frame with some type of spacer in it so it can be removed and covered, but then I was wondering if there might be an easier way (although nothing seems easy with this car ) to go about it, all suggestions are welcome

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