Sometimes there are few options when purchasing reproduction rubber parts for your classic car, and nothing is more frustrating than when they don’t fit right. Dennis Gage is joined in the shop by Matt Agosta of Steele Rubber, to review one of their newest offerings, factory correct door weather striping for early Camaros. Agosta goes through the painstaking process Steele Rubber uses to scan, design and fit new seals to classic cars.
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Final Classic Car Restoration Tips
Craig Hopkins gives you some final classic car restoration tips to finish sanding, buffing, and polishing. You will learn how to run some tape along the edge of the quarter panel (and deck lid) to avoid cutting the paint. Also, all good paint jobs start with a good block. Craig recommends John Wheeler’s Adjustable Flexible…Watch Now >>
Classic Car Quarter Panel Removal
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Classic Car Detailing: Polishing
Craig Hopkins uses a 3M polishing compound with a black foam pad to polish a classic car. and give it a stunning glass-like finish. Learn how to use Craig’s technique of barely brushing down on the edges to make sure you don’t cut the paint. Use these helpful car detailing tips today and see how…Watch Now >>
Will it fit the ’69 Firebird as well? I suspect that it will. V/r, Carter
Hi Carter. Yes, This will also fit the Firebird. The Camaro and Firebird door seals are the same part number and interchange without issues.
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