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I need a drivers side convertible pillar post weatherstrip bracket. Ricks sells the weatherstrip, but says i need to find the crome piece it goes in used. Does anyone sell these? Does anyone have one to part with? Let me know please.

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I have one on my parts car. Are they easy to remove?

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Try these guys, Camaro Parts Network at http://www.camaro1.com Helped me with some window glass rollers at a good price.

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1969 Camaro
Engine and Exhaust:
404 SB w/ 10.3:1 Eagle 4140 assembly in Dart Little-M block, AFR 210's, Crower #00350 short track solid cam 238/244 @ .050" on a 107 lobe center and .530" lift w/ 1.6 rockers, Holley 750 vac sec, Victor Jr., custom 1.75" headers, Spintech 2.5" exhaust with x-pipe and Sportsman XL mufflers.
Transmission:
1996 T-56
Suspension:
Guldstrand Mod. Landrum 600# front springs and adjustable spacers, Hotchkis 1.125" front bar, Detroit Eaton 175# rear springs, Bilstien shocks.
1971 Ford Bronco
Stock 302, 4" rock crawler suspension lift, 1.5" body lift, NP435 tranny, 4.11 gears, Detroit Locker rear diff., Power-Lock limited slip front diff., 33" BFG MudTerrain tires.

Admin Note: You put a period at the end of the url like you were ending a sentense. I removed it so the link should work now.



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I really need help with this. I want to go to the meet in columbus in a couple of weeks. It will be the cars first show. No one has ever needed on of these pieces?

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Yes, the stainless weatherstrip molding is held in place by 3 or 4 self tapping screws. Should be very easy to remove.
 
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