I can find some, but they are expensive. $400 for a pairWeatherstripping around door windows.
Hi Jon774. How fits seele univerdsal rubber? I JAVE SAME problem but Im from EUROPE so is harder to prove many otions. THANK YOU A LOT.They don't carry them. though their listed, its a discontinued item, so are the door weatherstripping. You'll have to make do with what they have for universal weatherstripping. I found that Steele Rubber products are good. Just try to match size and profile. I went with 90-3525-110 for my 68. I will be installing them in the next few weeks or so. Remind me and I'll send you a pic.
I'm not sure, possibly just the length. I too found mustang for 67 or 68 fastback as they have a similar window as mine with no quarter window but I have not ordered any to tryI'll join in on the fun. I too am looking for roof rail rubber for a 1969 2dr Hardtop. This stuff is like unobtanium. A question for those that know more about the Ford part number prefix: I have found other rubber with the same base part number of 6551222 but instead of the Thunderbird C9SZ prefix, I can usually find the Mustang C9ZZ, I think I've found Galaxie as well. What changes with the different prefix? Is it the entire profile of the weatherstrip or just the overall length?
Here's my update. I found beltline kits on Ebay being sold by Repop. I thought I had two viable leads on door weatherstrip, but both fell through including one at Lincoln Old Parts the day after they processed my order for $478 for 1 set (D&P). Now I need Roof Rail and Door Weatherstrip. I think I also need a Flux Capacitor as that's my best bet at getting parts.I'm not sure, possibly just the length. I too found mustang for 67 or 68 fastback as they have a similar window as mine with no quarter window but I have not ordered any to try