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New Parts October 2019

Peel-N-Stick Trunk Weatherstrip

We’ve taken more of our best selling items and made them peel-n-stick for easier application- this time it’s trunk weatherstrips!

A lot of different vehicles use these weatherstrips but they’re also great all around universal type seals for customs or other vehicles in this era.

These trunk seals will fit into existing channels. End-to-end bonding can be done with our Loctite Super Bonder 495, #96-0495-96 to make a one-piece gasket.

20-1389-WT Fits all 1952-60 Ford Cars- an exact copy of our glue on part # 20-1389-84

30-0356-WT Fits 1935-56 Chrysler, Dodge, DeSoto & Packard trunks and rumbleseats- an exact copy of our glue on part # 30-0356-85

70-0390-WT 1939-48 GM cars, 1941-48 MOPARs, 1946-50 Packard and 35-65 many independent makes- an exact copy of our glue on part # 70-0390-73

1971-76 Buick Centurion, Electra, LeSabre 2 door Hard Top


Beltline Weatherstrip Kit

Original equipment style side window horizontal seal kit (also known as beltline weatherstrip). Eight (8) piece kit includes inner and outer felt beltline weatherstrip for each door and quarter windows. These strips wipe the side windows when the glass is lowered. They come ready to install with finished ends and body curvature bends for a factory like appearance.

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!
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.