1966 Ford Thunderbird For Landau Hardtop Roof Rail Weatherstrip Seals on 2040-parts.com
Concord, North Carolina, US
1966 FORD THUNDERBIRD
FOR HARDTOP LANDAU ONLY
ROOF RAIL SEALS- SOLD AS A PAIR
Complete with Metal core - made exactly as original in our tooling shop~Seals top side of windows to roof~
These seals are manufactured on our dies in our shop, not one detail overlooked!
***MADE IN THE USA***
Dennis Carpenter Quality Weather Stripping ~ fits right and lasts longer!
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