Sorry, the photos of the correct roof rail weatherstripping aren't posted on this thread. They're here:
New Hardtop Roof Rail Weatherstripping - For Formal 4door Hardtops
When I compared this stuff to my car, it appeared to fit both sides of the car, to seal the A pillar area, and the area above the windows, which are the areas most likely to leak. It looked like an exact match in those areas. The original weatherstripping, sold by Chrysler does not fit both sides (there's one for each side), because it's a custom mold, that flattens out in other areas. Those flat areas are less likely to leak.
I also noticed while doing this, how easy it is to align the driver's window on the 4 door hardtop. It's just 3 bolts. I don't have vent windows, but managed to get my old weatherstripping to seal so well that it hardly leaked, on the 8 hour round-trip trip to Hershey last month. However, this car is low mileage, so the weatherstripping isn't terrible yet. The 43 year old Chrysler was quieter on the interstate than my wife's brand new Forester.