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Username Post: 1958 Windshield molding        (Topic#357195)
Posts: 2

Reg: 07-11-19
07-11-19 05:58 PM - Post#2770495    

I have a 58 Delray 2dr sedan. It has windshield moldings and I am about to have the screen installed (it is a project car). The lower corner moldings attach with a clip that bolts through the A-pillar and I suppose, is secured with a speednut. My moldings do not have the clip and I can't seem to find any company selling them (or to tell me what they look like). Can I buy them new - and where? Can I modify the clip for the 57? (the 57 molding is more right-angled than the 58). There are only 3 club members in NZ and none of them have had their screens out and can't help me at all. All help greatly appreciated. You can email me at if you like. Thanks, Bruza.

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07-12-19 08:28 AM - Post#2770524    
    In response to rosebush40

When I took mine out, the Speednuts were gone and the Clips were pretty rusted. Although one was better than the other but I believe I sent it along with the Moldings that I sold. I'm pretty sure you will not find any new ones, other than NOS which would be rare as hens teeth. I would say the only options you really have would be to find a used set in an extremely dry climate or possibly be lucky enough to find someone that has a used set in storage. If neither works, you may have to make a set. Also, not real sure about the '57 Clips, but it may be worth a try.


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