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MOLDING SET, REAR WINDOW, REPRO, 4 PIECE


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MOLDING SET, REAR WINDOW, REPRO, 4 PIECE
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Item # 42400-1B
MPN # 42400-1B

$90.00
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DESCRIPTION

MOLDING SET, REAR WINDOW, REPRO, 4 PIECE

Manufacturer Reference #'s: FFE64D207Q,

Vehicle Applications

1965-1966 MUSTANG FASTBACK

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and DEHP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

REVIEWS

3 Star Avg.
2 Reviews Write a Review
MOLDING SET, REAR WINDOW, REPRO, 4 PIECE

This trim was absolutely horrible and fit horrible, they should not have wasted the stainless. Top pieces were 1/2 shorter than original so they did not meet up in the middle of the window leaving a huge gap. This trim is also 1/4 slimmer than the original so it barely touches the window rubber. The curve on the lower pieces also do not match up so there is a gap between the quarter and the trim. Its like whoever made this part never put it on a car. They just said this looks close here you go. I would pay 3 to 4 x more for something that fit.

Submited on April 26, 2019 by

NPD - National Parts Depot

Gregory,

I laid these moldings over original Ford moldings on a 1966 fastback in our collection, and I did not find any of the dimensional anomalies that you described. Each molding adequately reaches the other (no gaps), and no 1/4" slimmer that I can see. I was, however, concerned by the contour of the RH lower molding, and questioned whether it could be fastened in place for a good fit. As such, I am going to have the manufacturer do a test install a.s.a.p.. Rick, NPD

Quality

1 Star

Value

1 Star

Verified Buyer MOLDING SET, REAR WINDOW, REPRO, 4 PIECE

The curvature of the side and bottom pieces did not match the curvature of the window but with some effort was able to make them align.the top pieces together are shorter than the top of the window, barely touching (no overlap) and leaving a 1/4” gap at the top of the molding.

Submited on November 04, 2019 by

Quality

2 Stars

Value

2 Stars