WANTED Any C Body part close enought to fit? B Body 1/4 window felt

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    I need a pass side 1/4 window felt for the outside of a 68 to 70 Dodge 2 dr. B Body hardtop.
    Pics below are of my outside driver side part in usable condition. It shows the style I need to find. Notice there is no stainless bead running along the top! It's all black.

    Are there any C Body weatherstrips where I could trim it down to make it work?? My driver side is 25.5" long. I can bend the end & attach it to the 1/4 panel however necessary.

    I have no reproduction parts on the car, so that's why I'm looking for an used, original part.

    PM please, if you have a part that can help!
    WTB - rear outside catwhiskers - 68-70 coronet charger 001.JPG WTB - rear outside catwhiskers - 68-70 coronet charger 002.JPG WTB - rear outside catwhiskers - 68-70 coronet charger 003.JPG WTB - rear outside catwhiskers - 68-70 coronet charger 004.JPG
     
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    I've got a 68 Fury 4 door I haven sold much from. I can check it. I'll be out there in the yard this weekend. Remind me Friday to look if you haven't found anything
     
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    ok, will do. Thanks!

    Would a low line 69 to 73 Plymouth or Dodge C body 2 door piece work?
    Thinking the pass door is long enough. Just wondering if it has a stainless bead, or not. (I need without)

    Any idea?
     
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    Those Quarter window seals were pretty generic back in the day. For example my previous ’70 New Yorker 4d Hardtop had the same seal as many ’65-’72 A and B-bodies (Metro Seal VS 7-A/FL). In fact it was only listed for A and B-bodies.

    I suggest you take a look at the Metro Seal website, and decide for yourself:

    www.metrommp.com
     
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    Good idea. I can see what might interchange - meaning long enough to trim down.
    That would expand my search for the real thing!
    THANKS!
     
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    Here's a reminder. :)
     
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    LOL ok I'll try to get out there. We are have a sleet/rain storm here.
     
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    I did get out there to the car. We've had a lot of weather & between the ice, pine straw, dirt & being wet I can't tell how good they are. I think I have a long set from a mid 70's New Yorker. I can look at those tomorrow if you like. I remember they where pretty long
     
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    Don't put yourself out if the weather sucks!
    Sure - when you can , check the New Yorker.
    Need 26" long and no stainless bead running the length.
    (guess I could have said all black!)
    Much appreciated.