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Check out this thread, especially post 15 of another thread on the black paint. I can't say if it's completely correct, not many pictures anywhere to compare it to: [WANTED] - 1969 Plymouth Cuda Rocker Molding
Well, if you're able to reproduce them, I'd be interested. I went back thru the moldings that were in the car when I got it (stolen, stripped and various trash/ parts piled in it). I pulled one out, like I had before, held it up to the bottom and said yep, this is it (again no clips at all). I then pulled out the other one, it was longer, so it's from a Valiant or the Dart/Dusters that look the same but are longer. So unless I misplaced one somewhere else, I only have one side. So I hope you can re-pop them, or I may try the Classic Industries dart/duster repops and have them cut down and the edge rolled just right. Other choice is to weld up the holes and not worry about it for me, but I was liking the fact that not a lot of other's had the Sport Package, so no sill molding. Also mine is going to have a NOS clock that was converted to quartz movement instead of a tach or "performance indicator". @moparmat2000 has been fixing me up with some nice other mods, like the dual dash speaker mount and a custom console wiring harness that will have LED lights in a couple of discreet places to light up the areas better. Just a few discrete mods, since I was shooting for that "factory look".
In the pic I posted, the top left clip is a reproduction that does/will not work, the top right clip is the first clip for either side on the front fender, and the bottom two are originals that have broken tangs. No part numbers on them what so ever. I have twenty or so of them, in various states of disrepair.
I'm sorry, but is there a pic or two missing? It's cool to see the fender clip, as I thought they were all the same, but I don't see the reproduction or clips with the broken tang. Thanks for letting us know the fender is different and how they look installed on a '69. I'm just bummed that I thought I had a set, but guess I just have one side. Have to decide which way I'll go, when I get to that point.
Dan fill the holes in the body and sell it for 1 million dollars. All your problem is solved
I may fill in the holes, we'll see, but I ain't letting her go for less than a case of TP and 2 bottles of hand sanitizer.
Damn, that is worth more than a million bucks. You drive a hard bargain.
Here is the pic I missed. The two bottoms clips are shown front and back. You can see what’s left of the broken tangs.
If I get a complete set, I can look at getting a shop to build new ones out of stainless instead of anodized aluminum. The clips, I’m going to try to find a good condition clip, and 3D scan it and print it. Those would be much easier to reproduce.
The end metal clips you can probably find something for another make vehicle that will work. Try AuVeco clips and fasteners. They may have something close. Having these made from stainless steel would be much better than the anodized aluminum.
The metal clips look easy enough to, again, have scanned in like the plastic and then just laser cut out of a stainless steel sheets so rust isn’t a problem. While I don’t have the capacity for that where I am currently, I have tons of friends with tons of friends I’m sure I can find someone easily, I’d be glad to do the work to have all this stuff repoped and then sell it back off at slightly above cost.
I thought I had some nos clips but they don’t look the same.
Got my hopes up lol. I've found one side, but still looking for another or a complete set if another spare cant be found.
Close, but no cigar. These clips are extremely hard to find in usable condition.
My TP dealer came through big time last night. Got me a 24 roll pack of Angel Soft. I'm gonna cut it with some fast food napkins from the glove compartment, then already got people wanting it. Got a mule to deliver it too. I knew I'd find a way to finance my Mopar projects, lol.
Wow, they do exist. Thanks for the pics, pretty sure I've never seen them.
what do they measure?
We should be able to.
Pretty sure the white clip on the left is available through AuVeco clips and fasteners. It snaps into raised spot welded lugs. These can easily be installed with pop rivets. If not theres plenty of GM clips there for wide rocker mouldings.
Those can be modified to move the stud in closer, or easily be reproduced that way.
Those clips are sold by fmmpar on eBay, specifically for these moldings, but do not fit.
I had read that awhile back, can't remember who had posted it, but it made me stop from ordering them.
That was me
Sorry couldn't remember who had said it, just remembered what you said. You kept me from ordering them, so thank you for that. Of course finding out I only had one side put a damper on it too, lol.
Here are some closer pictures that show actual size and part number fwiw.