If you mean the one that is on the outside of the door and "scrubs" the glass when its rolled up or down, then yes. They are available for either side. Unless its a t-top car then only the passengers side is still available. I have part numbers is you need them.
You must have a T-top car then. The numbers I gave are for a non T-top G body. I had the same problem with not being able to get a drivers side scrubber for my 88, so I ordered 2 passengers sides and made one work for the drivers side. Anything is better than having chipped and cracked scrubbers on a nice looking car.
That's what I did. I bought 2 passenger side hardtop window felt (door belt weathstrip is the correct name) for my T-top car and then I modified one of the passenger side ones to work on the driver's side since I couldn't get a driver's side one anymore. My car is a 1987 Daytona. It's better than rock hard ones that scratch your glass on the way down!
Im looking to install a set of older style tail lights on my dodge Omni. They have the stop/running, reverse and amber turn signal.
I have done this on my 97 Dodge Neon by swapping the Euro tails as they have the amber turn.
My issue is separating the turn signal from also acting a a break...
The first two pics are from the day I brought it home. Got it for FREE from the original owner due to a failing headgasket. The next few we're from 5yrs later after it had been totally transformed. Makes me sad to think that I ended up parting the car out...
currently do a full restoration on my 86 glhs. the side mirror glass is loose. is there anyway to adust the cables to take up some of the slack? also should there be 2 rubber feet inside the holes of the housing? thanks in advance.
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