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1973 drip rail
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Anyone know of any available drip rails for a 73 Mach 1 and the seal for them,went to change my roof rail weatherstrip and found that the drip rails only have one screw hole left in the trim to hold it on, PO really messed this up.

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I would contact Don at Ohio Mustang Supply
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And do a quick search for 72HCodes driprail replacement blog or wiki or whatever it's called. Great writeup on the whole process.

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http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-how-t...drip-rails
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Worst part of it was cleaning the old adhesive out of the track's to put new weatherstrip in,Got an email from Don @ OMS said he had a parts car with the drip rail Big Grin

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Yea,Tho i cruise through the valley of the shadow of rice,I will fear no Turbo,For Torque art with me.Thy rods and crankshaft,they comfort me. Big Grin Robert
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COOL
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thundertc64;10648 Wrote:Worst part of it was cleaning the old adhesive out of the track's to put new weatherstrip in,Got an email from Don @ OMS said he had a parts car with the drip rail Big Grin

Lucky you on finding the drip rails....I recently looked for new ones on the internet and the only place I could find that had them listed was John's Mustang. However, they showed the price for every other model other than for 71-73 for which had "call", so I did and they told me the manufacturer stopped making them a year ago. So with that I gave up searching and cleaned up the ones I have and had them anodized. Ohio Mustang was one of the first sites I checked...stupid me should have made the call and saved myself a lot of time.


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Let me know if you still need drip rails, I have 38 1971-73 parts cars, and I think I may have a set still down at the garage. Mike

thundertc64;10521 Wrote:Anyone know of any available drip rails for a 73 Mach 1 and the seal for them,went to change my roof rail weatherstrip and found that the drip rails only have one screw hole left in the trim to hold it on, PO really messed this up.


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