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On My Classic Car we discussed our extensive line of kits for your vent windows on American classic cars and trucks. Check out all of our Vent Window Kits and more at www.steelerubber.com Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/SteeleRubber… https://twitter.com/SteeleRubber https://www.instagram.com/steelerubber/
Hope everyone had a happy St. Patty’s Day yesterday. We stayed so busy here at the shop I didn’t even realize how many people didn’t wear green. I did draw a green dot on my hand just in case anyone tried to pinch… Anyway, we’ve been working hard on getting new parts done faster this
Steele announces a newly designed and manufactured weatherstrip seal for 2015. Part #50-0344-80, Side window leading edge seal for 1968-1972 General Motors two-door hardtops and convertibles. Steele has re-manufactured this part to include a brass metal core for better performance and longer life. The seal was developed from original parts, ensuring a proper fit and easy installation.
Another part for 2015 has arrived! The brand new rear quarter window seals for 1963-1965 Ford Fairlane and 1963 Mercury Meteor 4 door wagons are here and awesome. The seals are fitted and have molded corners making the fit perfect and installation easy. When Steele Rubber makes a new part they test it on the
We’re 21 days into 2015 and working hard to get our new products out to our customers. If you read our post yesterday you saw where we’ve got our new catalogs ready to send out, but we’ve also got two new parts already! The first part completed this year was part #70-3544-85 which is a
It’s that time of the year again. The weather forces us to put up our cruisers for the winter. This is also the best time to get at those projects that have been put off because they would have taken our cars off the road for a while. I don’t know about you, but I