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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 14th, 19, 2:48 PM Thread Starter
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WTB; 66/67 roof rail weatherstripping channel

I am looking for the stainless steel channel that holds the roof rail weatherstrip for a 1966/1967 Chevelle 2-door hardtop.

I really only need the driver's-side A-pillar piece. I misplaced mine... About 1+" wide, 1/4" deep and about 16-20 inches in length with a slight curve to it...


I see I can buy a full set from NPD, but hoping someone will be parting a 66/67 hardtop (I'd guess 66-67 Lemans/GTO/Cutlass/Skylark 2-door should be the same)...

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Re: WTB; 66/67 roof rail weatherstripping channel

You might try this guy: [email protected] rg

He is parting a '67 Skylark and has many parts listed in several CL ads just since yesterday. Saw the ads this morning.

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Re: WTB; 66/67 roof rail weatherstripping channel

Thanks... I could not get that link to work...

But I did manage to find my piece... right where I left it... It was on the roof of the car, but it was underneath an SS hood scoop I had sitting on the roof... I looked there before, but I didn't see it, because it slid underneath in the space provided by the scoop's mounting studs...

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But I did manage to find my piece... right where I left it...
Funny, same thing happens to me all the time. Whether it's keys, a tool, or a jar of olives. I'll ask the wife and she says "look again dummy, it's right in front of you".

She's usually right.

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Funny, same thing happens to me all the time. Whether it's keys, a tool, or a jar of olives. I'll ask the wife and she says "look again dummy, it's right in front of you".

She's usually right.
"usually right"??? My wife is ALWAYS right!

I probably spent an hour (maybe more) going through the trunk, interior, the garage, my shed and the general area of the car...

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