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What sort of trim goes in this area for my 65 vert?


missing whatever went in here.....any assistance in showing what goes here would be bonza!

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I think the correct term is windlace. I'll see if I can find a picture of it.

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Yes but first a Tackstrip to staple the windlace to.



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This is on my 66 Strato Chief. I suspect your's would be similar but I don't know for certain.

 

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Sorry about the 2 sideways shots!

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Ok, Thats grouse boys! Windlace and tackrail makes sense! Would anyone have a pick looking at it from the inside?



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You mean if I sit in the backseat looking over at it? I can sure go get one real quick.

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4SPEED427 wrote:

You mean if I sit in the backseat looking over at it? I can sure go get one real quick.


 Yes please!



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20190525_180428[1].jpg

 

If that's still not exactly what you want, just let me know. It's easy to take more.



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Zis that a pillared 2 door? Is  around that area slightly different the vert and coupe? Looks like the trim overlaps the windlace. on mine it looks like the outcome would be slightly different 



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2 door post, yes. It may look slightly different on a hardtop but I think the material is similar from what I remember.

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Hey Phill, there is a hard rubber tack strip that goes in the channel and held in by the tabs. approx 1/2" thick by 3/4" wide.

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Then the windlace is stapled into it.

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Hope this helps.

 



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Hey Dan, great pics just what I was after.

thanks for your help guys. Legends as always!



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