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Old 09-08-2012, 10:40 PM
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Default 70 Superior Rescuer Stainless trim for quarter panel



Looking for this TOP STAINLESS rail on the rear quarter panel.....
for 1970 Superior Rescuer....

Any leads appreciated !!

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Old 09-08-2012, 11:29 PM
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Can't it be repaired/straightened?? I know stainless shops that do miraculous work.
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Old 09-08-2012, 11:46 PM
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Can't it be repaired/straightened?? I know stainless shops that do miraculous work.
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I bet it could be.....*IF* I HAD one.......its MISSING from the passenger side !
But if I find one ..I will give you a shout !!
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Hearse or combo should be the same. but it would be a superior only pice of trim. now I have to ask are the clips still on the top to put it back on?
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:26 PM
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Hearse or combo should be the same. but it would be a superior only pice of trim. now I have to ask are the clips still on the top to put it back on?
There are NO clips......just the remnants of whatever they slathered on there to keep it in place...kind of looks like JB Weld.....
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that's the sealer after 40 years. . so you need the molding and the clips. nothing like finally getting one and having no way to put it on. you can't buy that hardware either.
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that's the sealer after 40 years. . so you need the molding and the clips. nothing like finally getting one and having no way to put it on. you can't buy that hardware either.
Ohhhhhhh....I would be HAPPY just to get the molding.......and the clips ?? ........well...........
I can just use double-sided tape.....
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Ohhhhhhh....I would be HAPPY just to get the molding.......and the clips ?? ........well...........
I can just use double-sided tape.....
That is a rather rare piece of trim. Scares me to death to realize the trim on my Lifeliner is siliconed on and has held very nicely.
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Do you also see the needed molding already removed laying in the back of this Superior?



I've called owner and left message asking about price/shipping with wife.
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Do you also see the needed molding already removed laying in the back of this Superior?



I've called owner and left message asking about price/shipping with wife.
Attila,
Thank you for your help in trying to locate this trim piece.....
Althought I dont see it in the picture,that does not mean its not there,I just dont recognize it.....
I here are a couple of pictures to make it a bit clearer in what I need...its about 48" long and is "U" shaped..







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