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Old 01-03-2018, 10:12 AM
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Super metalworking skills and planning. Never gave any thought to checking the weatherstrip fit when I chopped the top on my 56 chevy pu. Had to add some flat foam tape to the inside for a better seal. Luckily it was grey on grey. Thanx for taking the time to photograph and post.
George
Thank you. Still it seems as much as a person plans and thinks something out, something else will pop up down the road that you forgot!ha. As for the weatherstripping it’s nice to even have a set of “building” weatherstrip just for fitting purposes during construction.
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