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  • 1978 - 1990 Dodge Omni, Plymouth Horizon, Shelby GLH, and Shelby GLHS

    27 21.77%
  • 1979 - 1987 Dodge Charger, Plymouth Turismo, Shelby GLHS

    31 25.00%
  • 1982 - 1984 Dodge Rampage, Plymouth Scamp

    12 9.68%
  • 1985 - 1989 Chrysler LeBaron GTS, Dodge Lancer, and Shelby Lancer

    4 3.23%
  • 1987 - 1994 Dodge Shadow, Plymouth Sundance, Shelby CSX, and Shelby CSX-T

    51 41.13%
  • 1987 - 1995 Chrysler LeBaron

    6 4.84%
  • 1989 - 1995 Chrysler LeBaron, Dodge Spirit, Plymouth Acclaim

    7 5.65%
  • 1988 - 1993 Chrysler New Yorker, Dodge Dynasty

    0 0%
  • 1984 - 1988 Chrysler New Yorker Turbo, Dodge 600, Plymouth Caravelle

    2 1.61%
  • 1984 - 1993 Chrysler Laser, Dodge Daytona

    26 20.97%
  • 1980 - 1988 Chrysler LeBaron/Town & Country, Dodge Aries, Plymouth Reliant

    2 1.61%
  • Quantity: 1

    16 12.90%
  • Quantity: 2

    36 29.03%
  • Quantity: 3+

    28 22.58%
  • Black

    66 53.23%
  • Silver

    6 4.84%
  • Unpainted

    10 8.06%
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Thread: Window Scrappers

  1. #41

    Re: Window Scrappers

    Quote Originally Posted by trannybuster View Post
    As awesome as it is that you offer the kits, I just can't afford 440$ for that. I can buy another Omni for 440$. I'm not bashing you; it really is amazing that these are even available at all. I'm just saying I would have to have a really nice car to spend that much money.

    ^^Yeah you could buy another for 440 but itll have the same crappy garbage on it, that doesn even make sense......Finally a full set of channel and windw crappers for 4 door..thats bad a$$...Im already lining up those charger glass seals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Agreed. I don't see the point in continuing to buy $400 cars when they will all have the same problem. A car will be nice if you invest the money into it. Saying you wouldn't invest $400 on a car that isn't nice self defeats making it nice. Having said that, shelling out $400 period is hard to do and THAT I understand.
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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Any news Frank?

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Any updates?

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Any progress? Would like to get some new scrapers on the CSX over the winter (This year preferably.. )
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    Re: Window Scrappers

    I too would vote for the early P-body 2-door scrapers . 4 years ago when I was redoing my Shadow , I also tried to find these . I ended up getting some weatherstrip material from FPAP ( First Place Auto Products ) not an exact match but a good substitute , they mainly deal with musclecar stuff . I talked to them at the Mopar Nationals and they sent me some samples first , then I ordered the type I needed .I removed the old ones from my moldings , then I had to form up a light guage sheet metal piece to simulate the top part of the original rubber weatherstrip , then attached the new strip similar to how the factory did . After some trim paint they look like factory . I would like to do another set sometime , but I can't find any core moldings to work with , and it always seems I don't have the time. So if anyone is interested this could be another option .

    PS: I don't mean to get off topic , just putting an option out there!!!!!

  6. #46

    Re: Window Scrappers

    Early P Bodies first, then the Daytonas, then everything else.
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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Quote Originally Posted by welderwalt View Post
    I too would vote for the early P-body 2-door scrapers . 4 years ago when I was redoing my Shadow , I also tried to find these . I ended up getting some weatherstrip material from FPAP ( First Place Auto Products ) not an exact match but a good substitute , they mainly deal with musclecar stuff . I talked to them at the Mopar Nationals and they sent me some samples first , then I ordered the type I needed .I removed the old ones from my moldings , then I had to form up a light guage sheet metal piece to simulate the top part of the original rubber weatherstrip , then attached the new strip similar to how the factory did . After some trim paint they look like factory . I would like to do another set sometime , but I can't find any core moldings to work with , and it always seems I don't have the time. So if anyone is interested this could be another option .

    PS: I don't mean to get off topic , just putting an option out there!!!!!
    Great info and a FAR more realistic solution to this problem . I honestly gotta sit back and laugh when threads like this start and people really think something will come of it. This community is so f#$king cheap and proudly brags about it. I think so few here could even fathom the investment a company would have to make to make these parts from scratch, the total sales potential and even fewer would buy them once they saw the price tag.
    As it goes... Money talks and BS walks.

  8. #48

    Re: Window Scrappers

    I need some for my GTC and I will pay for them. I have no qualms with paying the cost if it will finish my project and I would buy at least 4. Looking at the poll, the J-body looks doubtful at best.

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    I voted for Daytona's...of course. However, this needs to be split up as well because the T-top versions are different than the hard top versions.

    Another thing that might be benneficial to many G-body and L-body owners is replacement seals for the sunroof cars!

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    for the Dodge Daytona with T-top, I found the window scrapers from the 90s Camero window scrapers can me modified with little work to fit and actually fit better than orignal.

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    have the following "scrapers" NOS


    1984-91 G Body non-t-tops DOOR outer 4198670-1 R/L

    1984-92 G Body door inner 5259302-3 R/L


    1989-91 MASERATI TC DOOR AND QTR WINDOWS

    Door 4480622-3 R/L

    QTR:

    4507290-1 inner R/L

    5253262-3 outer R/L


    1984-86 K CAR CONVERTIBLES

    4310270-1 R/L door outer

    4310708-9 R/L QTR outer


    1991-93 SHADOW CONVERTIBLES

    5241460-1 R/L door outer

    5241462 R or L Qtr outer

    above are black metal moldings with a weatherstrip stapled to it



    J BODY Convertibles:

    1988-95 4534044-5 R/L QTR Belt outer


    L BODIES:

    I have a few off some of the earlier ones


    Other body styles not listed: Ask as I have lots of w/strips for doors,conv tops etc. that are not scrapers too.

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Yes, this is an old thread. Any progress as of yet?

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Man I really need a set for my 90 2 door shadow. Mine are non exsistent !

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    YES, we definitely need these.. Omni-Potent gonna make them?

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    What year did they change on the Shadows? I used to have some very decent ones off a '92, I seem to remember the later cars being easier to find good ones for.

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    Re: Window Scrappers

    Quote Originally Posted by supercrackerbox View Post
    What year did they change on the Shadows? I used to have some very decent ones off a '92, I seem to remember the later cars being easier to find good ones for.
    1991+ has the narrow type that seem to hold up far better than the older ones.
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