Hi everyone, I recently made a post here about restoring my center console (Center Console Restoration Help), and when I mentioned that I will be 3D printing a set of custom top plates with cupholders (and other goodies) it sparked interest in other pieces that could be 3D printed for restorations. You know, the unobtanium stuff! @IMFURYS mentioned that one such piece is the rocker molding clips for these cars, which seem like they would be easy to print assuming I have the correct ones in mind. Though I've not graduated yet, I am an engineering student in Indianapolis and have a good friend with a 3D printer who uses it for similar projects. He's printed horn buttons and clips, other various parts, and a lot of custom jobs for people who need odd things. A good example of this is a gentleman who is swapping a turbocharged Corvair engine into his vintage air-cooled Porsche, and needs a custom cooling fan to make it fit. The reason for the swap is he doesn't want to grenade his car's original engine, but still wants 300 WHP. So, how many people would be interested in helping me develop these rocker molding clips? From what I have been able to find, it seems that there are quite a few people who need some. If this thread gets enough traction, really all I would need is at least one original clip in good shape to take dimensions off of and compare prototypes to. Someone would have to volunteer one of these clips (it would get returned of course!) and also volunteer to see how a 3D-printed set fits, as my '68 Notchback did not come with the rocker trim option. I am not sure how pricing would go, it depends on how many people are interested I think. If anyone is interested please let me know! I will also create another thread detailing my center console top plate development once it begins.