Dodge Charger 1966-1967, Windshield Gasket by GoodmarkŪ. When classic and muscle cars were new, their windows were crystal clear, and raised and lowered easily and quietly. But now, after several decades and many miles, those same windows are chipped and scratched, they're a chore to operate, and they rattle in the doors. Restore your windows to their original condition and make your classic feel as good as it looks with reproduction window components from the restoration experts at Goodmark.
The difference between the trophy winners and the also-rans is in the details. A supposedly "completely" restored classic or muscle car may have shiny paint and gleaming chrome, but it may also have scratched door window glass that is beginning to delaminate, and operating the window crank handles may seem more like trying to hand crank the engine than just raising the window. Goodmark believes that a restored classic should not only look new, it should operate and feel like new. That's why they offer window glass, glass mounting kits, window regulators, channels, felts, crank handles, etc. to make the windows in your classic or muscle car operate showroom new.
Restoring cars isn't just a business for the people at Goodmark, they're also car enthusiasts and restorers just like you, and they wouldn't make anything they wouldn't install on their own cars or trucks. Each window component is CAD/CAM designed to make sure it exactly replicates the original part, and then it's manufactured with the most modern tooling. Each design is test fit to make sure it looks and fits perfectly. Many Goodmark parts have been approved by the manufacturers of the original equipment and are licensed to be sold as genuine replacement parts.
Most window components like regulators are hidden inside the doors, and a lesser company might be tempted to skimp on the details of such parts, but not Goodmark. With Goodmark, you can be assured that no matter what window components you need, they'll be genuine and correct in every detail. With Goodmark window components, you can completely restore your windows for authentic looks and seamless operation. You'll be proud to show off your baby, both for the way it looks and the way it works.
Goodmark was founded in 1991 by car enthusiasts, restorers and collectors just like you. They recognized that there was a need for quality restoration parts, especially sheet metal parts, if the restoration of our beloved American classics was to continue. Since that time, Goodmark has created a complete line of sheet metal, trim parts, and accessories for popular cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang, and for previously difficult to restore cars like the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda. Goodmark uses CAD/CAM (computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing) software and modern tooling and manufacturing techniques to create parts that are identical to factory original for perfect fit and finish. Quality parts tooled and manufactured by Goodmark are enabling many more American classic and muscle cars to return to the road, looking just as fine as the day they rolled off the assembly line.
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The handle looked fine when I got it out of the box, and it fit where it was supposed to. My only problem with this handle is that it is supposed to be riveted to the door, but that's not a problem with the product, it's just with the design.
This hood made my 2003 Ford Super Crew look like a real boss. I mean it really made a very good upgrade on my truck. It looks like a freaking cobra. Would recommend it to anyone looking to customize their ride. Really pleased with overall look.
At first I thought it was a bit expensive, but... It made a total difference in how the door functions on the car. After removing the old striker, I found that it was not only missing the bushing, but also had a hairline crack. After installing the new striker, a three minute job. Ahh.. a job that actually took less time than planned. After some small adjustments, it worked just like a new door. Gives a totally different impression about the entire car, when the door simply goes "Thunk" rather than trying different ways to make it close properly. I bought the car a couple of months ago in Norway. It seems silly, but if the doors don't close properly, you begin to have doubts about other things on the car. So.... A well spent $50 bucks, for a quality product, that really is "Like New." Actually, I am so happy, that I am going to buy another striker, for the other side of the car. My "bad door" is now so much better than my "good door."
The part is really good, fits like a glove. The metal is covered with some kind black paint. Don't know whether I should remove it before painting. Shipping and installation - no problems.
The old hood seal was terrible. Water was penetrating and I didn't notice it timely. Found all I need at CARiD and purchased. Installed with no problems at all. But anyway, the hood already began to rust, so I'll replace it too. Luckily, now I know where to look for parts - thx CARiD.
Very glad! The hood is of excellent quality and the fit is perfect too. 4" raised scoop looks sick. Can't wait when I ride around the block. Too bad my Camaro's not on the move - looking for a new engine...
It was pretty hard to find parts for old school cars. Digged all the Internet before stumbled upon CARiD. Ordered a pair of rear fenders. Shipped fast - the next day after the order. Quarter panels look great, not a single dent or scratch.
I was so, so happy to find such a huge amount of parts for my old gen1 Mustang! There are like looots of parts in here. Ordered seals and gaskets for $100 and some body parts for $800. Now, I have app half of the car sent to me!