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  1. Rear end panel molding(need some help)

    Body and Interior
    What's up everyone. Hope you all had a great new years. I recently purchased and restored the rear end panel molding for my 72. I only have the "before" picture and will post the "after" when i get it installed. ITS BASICALLY AN SS PANEL WITHOUT THE "SS" ON IT. Here's my questions. There is 4...
  2. My first car (1964 Chevy Nova Sedan). Looking for parts.

    1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    Hi everyone! My name is Kenneth and I recently got my first car. It's a 1964 4-door Chevy Nova. I love it so much and am so lucky that my brother gave it to me. If you notice from my picture, I'm missing some trim on the side of my door. It's not very attractive having those holes on my car...
  3. 65 peak molding

    Body and Interior
    I am looking for the right side rear quarter peak molding, for 65 4door, does anyone know where i can get one or does anyone have it......????? Also needed are eyebrow moldings for 65..4door
  4. Back glass trims

    Body and Interior
    Ok. I'm starting to wreck stuff here. I'm trying to get the stainless trims our of my back glass on my 65 HT and am at this point convinced that they truly want to stay there and not come off. I have slid a plastic putty knife under them and lifted, tilted, pryed and pulled. I don't see any...
  5. '63 SS Back Glass Weatherstrip

    Body and Interior
    Hi all, I ordered a part from Classic Industries which was listed as a back glass "sport coupe" weatherstrip for 62-65 Nova (part# K4036). Unfortunately it's totally wrong. I have a '63 SS Coupe, anyone know the right part number or place to purchase? I need "everything" to put in the rear...
  6. molding removal

    Body and Interior
    How easy/hard is it to remove the molding that goes around the rear window on my 63 convertible? Any special tools needed? Thanks,
  7. 62-67 windshield install (how to w/pics)

    Best of Body and Interior
    I Have been meaning to do this for some time now and today I had the opportunity to install a windshield in a 65 Nova SS. So here goes : First here are the tools you will need hook tool (cotter pin puller), 1/4" or 3/8" rope (3/8" is prefered) and some type of byutl sealant ( tremco wb300...