32 PB door seal in Plymouth Posted July 20 I agree with broker-len that windlacing was used around the door opening. It is still available from most upholstery suppliers/shops and is basically a rubber foam rod covered in material. It is typically not attached to the door itself but is tacked under the edge of headliner and door pillar material. On 33 and 34 Plymouths and Dodges there is also a 'reveal', recessed area on the bottom inside of the door where a circa 2 1/2" rubber piece is clipped to the bottom of the door itself, extending below the bottom of the door circa 3/4" that is flexible enough to seal the bottom of the door where it adjoins the door sill. I think these are made by Steele and other suppliers but they can be easily fabricated from flat rubber stock, circa 1/8" thick. See the attached photo of a 33 door for sale elsewhere on this forum and you can see where the rubber seal is installed, holes for the clips being visible. Runs the length of the bottom of the door and then turns up the front curve of the suicide door about 4". Not sure if the PA has this but if so it probably just runs along the bottom of the door if so. Not home now but will shoot you a picture of one installed on one of my 34s if interested.