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if anyone would have any information on where to look for the gaskets for windshield, backglass, and door glasses of a 1951 Chevrolet Pickup, old city firetruck boss is restoring, it would be greatly appreciated. thanks brandy
think i found the right thing on precision's site, all in one neat little (or big) kit. found all kinds of accessories and goodies on classic to for the restoration process. boss is wanting to get a picture of the original fire truck from the city museum and restore it to that point. someone even put some uge beer kegs on it to look like gas tanks
We also use Persicion,but for old parts Steele has original dies and best fit rubbers.Do Not use JC Wh.Their rubbers dont fit.But either Stelle or percision should be fine.Classic offers glass and complete rubber kits for cars.Only problem some of b/gs are lami.Not good for collector.