Reproduction Very Bottom Of Door Seals For The 1969 and 1970 Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang
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Items that receive the 'Crappy Product' certificate are products that we carry for comparison purposes as they are often the version offered by other vendors or because it is the only version available. We would not be willing to use these parts on our own cars, and we do not recommend purchasing these parts.
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One of the most common missing parts on a 1969 Mustang or Cougar today is the lower weatherstrip seals on the doors. These seals were added to cars to keep dirt and moisture from entering but usually are missing or damaged even on original low mileage cars today. And because most people do not realize they are missing they are usually not put back on during the restoration process.
The lower weatherstrip seal itself was listed under the Ford part number of C9ZZ-6520272-A. This same part was used to service Mustang, Boss, Shelby, and Cougar applications. The seal was supposed to be installed on all cars with the exception of those cars with rocker panel mouldings where it was not installed. We are told that Ford was worried the seal would catch on the rocker moulding area so left them off on those cars equipped with the mouldings. However all other cars should have had them installed. The easiest way to determine if the seal should be installed on your car is to look for the 7 drilled holes in the bottom of the door where the seal would have been attached. If the holes are there, then you should install a seal. Unfortunately these repros are not made with rigid enough material so the tend to sag and get damaged from the door closing. We will update this listing if these get improved in the future.
Sold as a pair.
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