Chevy Weatherstrip, Rear Glass, 2 & 4-Door Sedan, 1956-1957
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- Best Quality Reproduction Back Glass Weatherstripping
- Black Dense-Cell EPDM Synthetic Rubber For Long Service Life
- Extruded To Exact Original Profile
- Weatherstrip Corners Molded & Vulcanized
- Fits 2 & 4 Door Sedan Models
Rear glass replacement for your 1956 & 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, 150 or 210 is a major job that needs to be done right the first time. This is why you should choose Eckler's Classic Chevy for the best rear glass installation weatherstrip available. This rear glass weatherstrip is made of ethylene propylene diene monomer or EPDM, a heavy, long lasting, dense-cell synthetic rubber specially formulated for this purpose. Made to factory specifications, this rear glass weatherstrip has the correct size, shape and contour including all the correct grooves for the glass, body and anti-leak ribs, as required. In addition, vulcanizing of the molded ends and corners, where applicable, ensures a correct fit and maximum durability. Depend on Eckler's Classic Chevy for all your weatherstrip needs.
1956-57 2 & 4-Door Sedan Rear Glass Weatherstrip
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including Benzen which is known to the State of California to cause cancer on birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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|Make / Model Chevrolet||Series||Body||Notes 2-Door & 4-Door||Year 1956, 1957|