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Looks to be a 67-69 Dart by the trim profile
Not on mine either
Chrysler Sebring convertible seats
They did a nice job on those
It is looking good
Magnum is correct although some people leave them off in case you happen to bump it on something to keep from kinking the fender
I believe Detroit muscle Has it. Check out this thread Windshield S/S trim seals and then check with @RealWing
I wonder if the Barracuda and the dart are different? Contact Jim at DMT. Let him know about the issues you found. I have found he is very...
I should have added when I got my car the passengers side door was crunched so I put a hardtop door on it. I then had to transfer over that piece...
Yes as do the Barracuda convertibles. They help align the door
Looks like it is coming along well
Steve it’s $164.80 on precision’s website
Yes that is what they are. You can get new ones pretty cheap at yearone
That is not a fluid problem then. If you had a fluid issue it would not go up all the way or struggle and be very slow getting there. It sounds...
They are convertible specific. They would have to come from a 67-69 Barracuda or Dart.
My dutchman panel is fine. Only a bit of surface rust under the boot trim.
This is how I did mine
From the factory the vert only came with lap belts
My son isn’t enthusiastic about working on them and he wants a newer Challenger as a driver. He does like driving the old iron though and probably...
Jim gave you a good look at the drain run from the inside and here is how it looks where it dumps inside the quarter itself. As for drain...
You definitely did not have the arm burners with that being your transition. I believe they were most prevalent on the 67's and you saw...
Hank if you can find the quarter molding from a notch you can cut it to fit the tor of the convertible quarter. Not 100% oem but pretty close
[ATTACH] I see that now. I guess I was just thinking of my 68. They moved that part to the pillar and the rubber part to the door. I don’t have a...
They call it a door wedge I believe. As you said it stiffens up the door to door post. There is another piece that goes on the door itself that is...
My 68 had the glass back widow in it. I always left it zipped.
I always left mine snapped
Be sure to put up a want ad here also. someone may have a convertible that is too far gone to restore
Those are the ones that go on the door above the latch. I am not sure if anyone has the sliding wedge that goes on the jamb side other than...