[WANTED] 65 barracuda interior trim-below rear glass

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    Lurch59 Well-Known Member

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    I am looking for trim, I believe 3 pieces total, that attaches across the back glass and 2 L-shaped curved pieces that are associated with it.
     
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    66340SEDAN FABO Member #3649 FABO Gold Member

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    These pieces the plastic ones inside under the glass and the 2 ā€œLā€ shaped ones at the front inside bottom corner?
     
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    I think we are talking about the same trim pieces. The interior piece under the glass has 4 oblong vents (I presume they are vents) and the contiguous pieces on either side. I don't see pictures if you posted any. Thanks
    I described them as L shaped but perhaps just curved transition pieces are a better description.
     
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    If you're talking about the plastic curved pieces, those are pretty hard to find that aren't broken. They get as brittle as potato chips after 55+ years in the sun.
     
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      69FBCuda I'm so confused! FABO Gold Member

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      This what your looking for

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          pishta I know I'm right....

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          Yup. been looking myself. Thought someone was gonna repop them but no go. You can possible make something with vinyl floor edging and a heat gun. Or Cover the entire back support with same thick material and make holes in it for the ventilation. Looked kinda incomplete stock anyway.
           
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          Well, it's dark half the time so only like 27.5 years in the sun. We need repro parts!
           
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          If we do find some, they probably won't be rusty! I'm looking for a bright side, here...
           
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          The earth reclaimed mine too. And the small ones at the front corners. Going to hammer some out of sheet metal. Or maybe fiberglass.
           
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          I might have some chipped ones, but, no perfect ones for sure. The problem would be the shipping. It would probably take a fairly good size box to protect them, or, you'll end up getting a box of crumbs.
           
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          The center piece doesn't come off, its part of the structure.
           
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          Not likely to be reproduced when so few are being restored, I suppose. I will see if the resto shop has any ideas. We must be getting close to scanning an original piece and 3D printing it, no?
           
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          I just looked and it is part of the structure. I just saw 4 screws very near where the window gasket goes, and assumed that held the trim on. I wonder what the 4 screws attach to?
           
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          Thanks for the lead. Let me see what they can do at the hot rod shop that is going to assemble the stuff. Yours might be important to make a pattern.
           
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