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Old 07-02-2009, 10:05 PM
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Windshield trim " clips" and rear window rubber

Got the Cougar back from the glass shop! windshield looks amazing. But he said he couldn't install my trim because i didn't have enough clips. Also he said he looked but couldn't find new rear widow rubber. Anyone know where i could find one or both of these things? 1970 Cougar std. coupe.
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Window rubber

Try west coast cougars
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I dont think you will be able to put those little clips in after the windshield, and silicone has herdend.
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you can get it from mustangs unlimited also. it maybe very hard to get the clips in now.
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