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Old 23rd-March-2010, 03:43 PM   #1
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77 Nova rear side window ?'s

I recently pulled off the plastic covers that were covering most of my rear windows because they were bulky and I hated the way they looked, plus whoever put them on had no idea how to do body work, nice consistent CRACK along the entire seam. Either way I much prefer the looks of the car without them, but I am left with a few issues. First, the pillar behid the door has several holes in it 3 I believe, and I need to find the piece to cover them, but have no idea what to even look for (need a name or somethng) Other problem would be trim for afformentioned windows. Anyone have a decent close up of what it looks like? I can barely see in most of the pictures I have seen on here. Thanks for any help you can give me. Open to suggestions as well, since I really have nothing to lose. This car is my learner's project haha.
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Old 25th-March-2010, 06:35 PM   #2
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Anyone know what they are or where I can find some?
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Old 25th-March-2010, 08:54 PM   #3
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how about a picture of your car so we know what your talking about.
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I think yours had the cabriolet top. Here's a pic of the trim, but I wonder if your quarter window seal has a groove for the trim, you might get by without trim on the window & just get the B pillar louver to cover the 3 holes you're talking about.
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Old 27th-March-2010, 04:05 PM   #5
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Thanks a lot 76, that was exactly what I was looking for. Any ideas on where to get the louvers or trim? I have found one junkyard within about 60 miles of me that had ONE nova from the same year range.
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