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  1. I have a 1930 dodge sedan and I need some parts. hood, drivers door, grille shell, headlight bar & others. lmk if you have anything. Nate midwesthybrid_swap@yahoo.com 608.442.6390
  2. This door that is from a car made between 1914 to about 1918, and appears to be coach built. The latch is stamped : JOS. N. SMITH & CO DETROIT PATENTED MAR 24 14 5052, so 1914 is the earliest it could have been produced. The original wood is intact, the latch and hinges are intact. It is contoured inwards at the latch end to match the body contour. It measured around 21 3/4" wide. Does anyone recognize the make of car this door is from ?
  3. I just became an owner of this Reatta. One of my good old friends handed it over to me. No remote and only two keys were given. I just do not understand how the door lock was supposed to work. Trying to lock it, I turn the door key counterclockwise and nothing happens. Turn it and hold for 2 seconds, I hear some kind of electric actuator, but still it does not lock. Turn it clockwise, nothing happens, and doors do not lock. I try the lock/unlock buttons (small ones on right) on the door panel, and it does not help. I force the bigger sliding switch (big one on left) to lock position all the way, then the door locks. Pretty much this was only way I could lock the doors. I struggled some time doing all this, and the car alarm would go off, and I do not know exactly what of my action caused it. The bigger switch was kind of hard to push up and down, and I am afraid of breaking it from misuse. I went over the owner's manual but it did not help much. So, can someone help me on this? Thanks,
  4. Are door repair panels still available for a 1954 Buick Special, right side door for a 2-door hardtop? I am restoring a 1954 Buick Special. My right-hand door has cancer in it at the bottom and I'm trying to repair it Will a door panel from a 1954 through 1955 Chevrolet fit a 1954 Buick Special door? Any suggestions? Thanks!
  5. The big one at the bottom with the "capture" (small diameter shank between the head & threads). Been driving so much, 1 of mine fell out... Thanks!
  6. Does anyone have any good inside door panels for a '73 Riv??? The door panels from a '71 - '73 Olds Toronado are almost identical. Or if anyone knows of a person who repairs vinyl up in the Northwest I would like to get his name. Not sure but it might be possible to save my one panel. The other one is okay.
  7. As part of replacing both front windows on my 55 4DR Roadmaster, each being cracked, I am replacing the window seal trim pieces. Thankfully the seller of the car included two brand new windows, custom cut... Upon removing the window on the driver's side I noted that the support channel is badly corroded. I am looking to replace it and suspect this is the best option... 1955 Buick Restoration Parts Window Sash Channel - Door - 10-045X This is the channel into which the window sits and is held seemingly just by some rubber. I also want to replace that rubber that sits inside that channel. It is difficult to see whether this is the correct product, has anyone else replaced this piece and am I on the right track with the link below? 1955 Buick Restoration Parts Window Sash Channel Filler - Rubber-Cork 1/32" Thick - 10-041X Many thanks, Paul PS: Just removing the interior door handles and window cranks to get the door panel off is probably the trickiest job I have performed on a car recently!
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    1933 Front Door Window Seals

    Has anybody had the front door window seals duplicated for the 1933 Packard sedans? This year's front windows were a one year only barn door style. My rubber has gotten very hard and cracked, I want to replace them as well as the rear quarter window seals. I have a company that can reproduce them for me but it will not be inexpensive. I was hoping someone may have or know someone that already has gone to the trouble of making these window seals. If not, would anyone be interested in buyer them if I went ahead and had them reproduced? Your input is greatly welcome. Bob Henry
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    stuck door 1965 body a

    i have a door that won't open. all the linkage seems to be in place, but the door won't go beyond the initial release. can anyone help me open my door? thanks
  10. Looking to buy a full set of door glass for a 1971 Oldsmobile Delta 88 four door hardtop
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