This month we bring a variety of new parts to market, and bring back some old ones, too.
As always, all of our parts are:
- Made from top quality materials to ensure durability and proper seal.
- Designed from an original part so it fits correctly.
- Backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
1968-70 Buick, Olds, Pontiac 4 door Hard Top
Vent Window Division Post Run Channel
The front door side window glass run channel on the backside of the vent window division post. Flock lined with a molded-in upper bumper.
Note: One (1) pair Left and Right at thirty six (36″) inches each in length. Each part of pair is marked L (Left) and R (Right) for proper orientation on installation. Installation will require trimming of part length.
- Authentic molded-in rubber with a corrosion resistant brass metal core.
- Replaces factory #9712482 (RH) and #9712483 (LH).
1968-74 Ford Econoline Van
Window Frame to Body Weatherstrip
This push-out window gasket is for the side OR rear push-out windows and has properly molded corners for a precise, factory fit.
Note: This seal is the gasket that is stationary on the body of the van. Up to six (6) gaskets used per van.
- Fitted gasket provides a formed, seamless seal.
- Designed from original part so it fits correctly.
- Made from top quality rubber to ensure durability and proper seal.
Push-Out Window Gasket Set
This push-out window gasket set is for the side OR rear push-out windows. This three (3) piece kit includes the push-out window weatherstrip that is fixed on the body, the window frame inner gasket that goes on the glass and the window frame outer gasket that is around the outside perimeter of the frame and seals against the van when the window is closed.
Note: This set only does one (1) window. Up to
six (6) sets used per van.
Replaces factory #C8UZ-82262A76-A, #C8UZ-82262A78-A and #C8UZ-82262A80-A.
Factory Shop Manual CDs
We’re bringing these back by popular demand!
These licensed Detroit Iron CDs contain the most comprehensive set of digital OEM shop manuals. The PDF files on these CDs were professionally scanned from the original service and parts manuals.
We now offer them for the following year/makes/models:
07-1277-07 1961-63 Lincoln Continental
07-1278-07 1964 Lincoln Continental
07-1279-07 1965 Lincoln Continental
07-1280-07 1966 Lincoln Continental
07-1281-07 1967-68 Lincoln Continental
07-1282-07 1969 Lincoln/Mercury
07-1283-07 1970 Lincoln/Mercury
07-1284-07 1971 Lincoln/Mercury
07-1285-07 1972 Lincoln/Mercury
07-1247-07 1968 Ford Truck, Bronco, Econoline and Club Wagon
07-1248-07 1969 Ford Truck, Bronco, Econoline and Club Wagon
07-1249-07 1970 Ford Truck, Bronco, Econoline and Club Wagon
07-1250-07 1971 Ford Truck, Bronco, Econoline and Club Wagon
07-1251-07 1972 Ford Truck, Bronco, and Econoline
07-1252-07 1973 Ford Truck, Bronco, and Econoline
07-1253-07 1974 Ford Truck, Bronco, and Econoline
07-1346-07 1935-74 Cadillac
07-1417-07 1973-78 Chevy/GMC Truck
07-1057-07 1957-58 Cadillac
07-1058-07 1959-60 Cadillac
For price and availability for these new parts, or to see if we have the parts you need for your classic car, truck or hot rod, visit our website at www.steelerubber.com/automotive!
Is there a rubber or weatherstripping part you’re looking for but can’t find anywhere? Let us know! Customer requests are how new parts are born here at Steele.
Steele not only has all the products you need but all the knowledge you need to get the job done right, too. If you have questions about Rubber Parts or Weatherstripping on your Classic Car, Truck, Hot Rod or even your boat, trailer or RV, feel free to reach out to us! You can call us at 800-650-4482, contact us through our website or comment on this post and we’ll get you answers as quickly as possible. Check out our YouTube channel for our full library of how-to/installation videos.
Steele Rubber Products, located in Denver, NC, is a manufacturer and seller of high quality rubber parts and weatherstripping products for classic and vintage automobiles, hot rods, RVs and Boats. Steele offers more than 12,000 parts for cars and trucks as well as a large line of universal weatherstripping and rubber parts to be used on any project. Established in 1958, Steele is a trusted name in the automotive restoration industry.