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So, I can't find anyone that produces the side window moldings for the 65 post car. I was told by OPGI the rear window moldings are different than the non post car. YEAR ONE, AMES, OPGI all have nothing. Can anyone point me in a different direction?
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im not sure about the rear window, but nobody makes the side moldings. you can have them restored or try and find someone selling good condition originals. $$$$. mine are in pretty nice shape but im always looking for nicer ones. very hard to find. I did buy one section years ago from a co. online called Chicago muscle. you can try frank's Pontiac parts in California also. be cautious, make sure they are in better condition than your own. good luck.
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Frank wants $2500 for a set he chromed. Ughh. I have found a few pieces for reasonable cost but havent found a good set yet.
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So, I can't find anyone that produces the side window moldings for the 65 post car. I was told by OPGI the rear window moldings are different than the non post car. YEAR ONE, AMES, OPGI all have nothing. Can anyone point me in a different direction?
wow. nice lookin.
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Frank wants $2500 for a set he chromed. Ughh. I have found a few pieces for reasonable cost but havent found a good set yet.

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I had the same problem with my '67 post car. I finally just polished what I had since the car was a driver.


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Frank wants $2500 for a set he chromed. Ughh. I have found a few pieces for reasonable cost but havent found a good set yet.
Glad to see you're still around Zzomby!
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Have you tried ThePartPlaceInc.com?? If they don't have them I know they repair/restore them.
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Glad to see you guys are all still around. I have spent the last 1.5 years in my garage. Not everything went the way I wanted on the car but it's 99.999% better than it was. I'm in the process of putting the interior together now. For a first time build I learned a lot of valuable lessons. Those old parts are very important. Something you don't think about when your a 20 year old kid beating the hell out of your car. I thought I had better make her shiny for her 50th birthday!!
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