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I thought perhaps someone had simply swapped them out to get the power ones. Glad they're still there!
Perhaps they're manual regulators...
I think Dorman even sells them.
I am assuming with my 66 I have an "early" box, but how does one know for sure? Part number/casting number?
Same for identifying a cop or...
He's already gotten in out with the armrests still in place.
My late friend Mort had a triple dark blue 66 Monaco convertible that he bought new. It was eventually parted at Nigel's (National Moparts).
The 66 T&C is mine, yes.
@CBODY67 's advice is good. Adding to that - just like paint, the new seam sealer needs to have a clean and grease free surface to adhere to....
They might have Mar-Hyde though, which is very similar.
Having painted this kind of material in the past, you'll need at least 3 coats for it...
Oh John - I'm so very very sorry to hear of this. Words fail me, but know that I am sending you love and support at this time.
Nicely done Leaburn! Rather than flat black, I recommend you use SEM Landau Black.
Looking forward to seeing the final product!
Here is a picture of the jacking instructions for your car. Note that it says Plymouth/Dodge, but I believe it's the same for Chrysler....
Leave it be if it's well and truly stuck down. If it's easy to remove then make a note of where it was and clean it up, and replace with new seam...
Seam sealer - covers sheet metal seams where panels are welded together, to minimize moisture getting between the overlapping edges.