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From Arran:

For rubber parts I would try "Pro Antique Auto Parts"; they are located in Connecticut someplace. Andy Berbaum's has a habit of selling generic fit all types of rubber as factory spec and I have heard nothing good about Berbaums in this regard. Pro might not have everything you want but at least they do carry some Chrysler patterned reproduction rubber parts. They are accessible through the internet for inquiries.


From Harry:

My first purchase was fine for parts. My second was for 2 pair of rubber pillar door bumpers(which I thought was the rubber bumpers that go behind the door pillar striker plate.). When I called the salesman(person) wasn't sure what the part AW-188 was. The rubber bumpers i received were the small plug like rubbers that go in the door posts at $2.95 a pair + $5.95 USPS Priority shipping. Weight of 1/2oz would only be .37 1st Class Mail. These rubber bumpers can be purchased at most auto supply stores at .25-.50 cents each. Needless to say I wasn't to happy with this purchase, especially after my follow-up phone call resulted in my call getting hung up by???






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