Vent frame channel "mylar" slider material for the door glass. Latest reproduction on the left that appears usable as sold, OE that I just removed, past reproduction that was usable with a bit of trimming and then the crap repro that was straight (not curved) that were pretty much useless for door glass but work just fine for rear flip out window hinges.
Past reproduction H pin slider (useless and too thick), latest reproduction (center) has at least got them "as molded" usable and correct thickness and the OE I removed that I can't believe nobody can just make identical. It would be an easier mold to make than the incorrect reproductions!
I bought the latest mylar sliders from Jamie at Mega Parts, but appears he just got them from Kevin King at Year One.
Yep, it's off. I wish it wasn't, but too much handling at, and too and from, the body shop had it come loose from the glass.
Door glass rear stainless edge all cleaned up.
Now to get the 53 year old glass setting tape out of the channel.
People wonder why restorations take so long.
Still going. It took an hour and a half just to get the majority of the old tape out of the channel.
Smallest dremel sanding drums JUST fit in.. a bit tight but cleaned it up nice. Took 7 drums to do the job.
Confusing listing, but this is the correct "flocked" sealing strip for the door glasses rear stainless edge, where it seals against the 1/4 glass.