I am new to this site and I called and left messages and emailed Intermeccanica and no response....I need door seals, hood seal, windshield parts..etc123_1

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The best seals area D shaped thin wall hollow rubber seal it is 3/8 x 5/8 with 3M adhesive tape item  on my BOL is X109HT-50...OR 90385k14   Sometimes that number works when you do a phone order and sometimes they come up with another item number just describe what you want. 25ft. is more that enough    BTW ate the raw ends I use a drop of super glue and pinch it closed. 

McMaster Carr 609 689 3000

I second the McMaster  “D” shaped tubing, too.  Works fine, lasts a long time.

Alan, do you use the same size everywhere?   On my CMC I found that I needed a couple of different sizes depending on where used.

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I second the McMaster  “D” shaped tubing, too.  Works fine, lasts a long time.

Alan, do you use the same size everywhere?   On my CMC I found that I needed a couple of different sizes depending on where used.

On the CMC and FF body the forward door edge is wider than every where else the D molding is use. I either stack two layers and make the top layer slightly linger then pinch that off with Super Glue. McMaster Carr does make a larger D molding but the minimum length to purchase is costly.

second link looks like the rubber that goes around the windshield- between glass and the U shaped aluminum windshield frame.  Their descriptions leave a lot to be desired!

DrClock uses VW bug black plastic fender welting under the lower windshield aluminum trim for a more finished look.

This looks like its for the center of the lower side molding - but there is some also around the aluminum piece where it mates to body.

https://vintagespeedsterparts....narrow1952-1959.aspx

This looks like the center for bumpers - again need the other piece. It looks like it also includes the aluminum piece.

https://vintagespeedsterparts....narrow1952-1959.aspx

https://vintagespeedsterparts....narrow1952-1959.aspx

Check SierraMadre - they have better descriptions.

The lower aluminum windshield trim from that source is a very thin gauge , you have to be careful or you'll end up with a wave in it , Much better off to purchase form Vintage Motorcars in CA or Special Edition. 

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