What I should have said was " other than the usual places "
Trying to go out with one in your pocket and asking parts stores they look
at you kind of funny when they eventually ask what kind of car it goes on !
I had a gal at Pep Boys that had never heard of a Spitfire, I almost kissed
From: wizardz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 6:57 PM
To: Craig Smith; 'Spit list'
Subject: Re: Windows
Sure you can!
Just a couple of months ago I completely replaced both inner and outer
seals. I ordered all new clips. Even got a few spares.
Moss has them
outer seal clip #804-700
inner seal clip #803-410
Paul Tegler firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.teglerizer.com
1973 MGBGT - daily driver
1978 Spitfire - in superb Shape
1973 Round wheel Arch wire wheel Midget
From: Craig Smith <CraigS@iewc.com>
To: 'Spit list' <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 6:50 PM
>I received my rubber set right before Christmas, when dissembling the doors
>and removing the old waist seals I didn't save the little clips off the
>fuzzy stuff or the waist seals. STUPID. Did you know you can't find those
>#$%@!!%# things ?
>I ordered the new ones today.
>Question is, what can I use to set the glass back in the carrier so it will
>stay? When I took it apart I remember a rubber something on the bottom of
>I was thinking of using the black weather stripping stuff I used on the
>36 Pelham Ridge Drive
>Greenville, SC 29615
>800/692-2323 ext. 2105