WTB 64-65 B-body Hardtop Clips for Roof Rail Trim

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    One of my clips has a broken off tang. Need at least one.

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    Someone out there must have one of these clips.
     
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    Still need. Anyone?
     
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    Let me check ... I may have a spare. I'll PM you this evening.
     
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    rail clip.jpg @65AFX This one says 64 / 65 drip rail clip. Brand new from the Mopar shop.
     
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    Thank you for trying, But that is a repo clip. I bought 2 for $10 each. They do not work. They are junk. They leave the molding loose. I spent hours trying to adjust/bend them to tighten up the molding. I need an original one like my photo. I'm in Glendale also.
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    Thanks for that info Don. I bought these just in case my original ones are no longer usable ... now I really hope I don't need to use them.
     
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    My original ones were rusty, but after soaking them in 1$ store cleaning vinegar for 3-4 days they cleaned up nice. Every so often I gave them a quick wire brushing. I clean anything that has rust with vinegar now. It works great. I first clean all the grease off with 1$ store oven cleaner, then the vinegar soak.
     
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