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
To clarify, you own an Automobili Intermeccanica and you contacted Intermeccanica International for parts. These are different companies and very different cars. Automobili Intermeccanica hasn't existed since the 1980s.
You can get parts for your car from places like
Automobili Intermeccanica is what I have...so thank you so much. Thank god I found this site!
@Gordon Nichols posted:
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.
I also used the D shaped seals that several have referred. You can set-up an account with McMaster-Carr and order them online. McMaster is handy for several parts, although the shipping is a little high. Here are links:
Also, as mentioned, you may need to measure the gaps around your door and order various sizes.
Ok fellas you guys have been a god send! here she is almost done...I am looking to get a new lower windshield frame and the rubber seal..would this fit my Automobili?
also want new rubber for rocker and bumpers...will these work?
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.
This looks like the center for bumpers - again need the other piece. It looks like it also includes the aluminum piece.
Check SierraMadre - they have better descriptions.