1966 Dodge Charger Roofs

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      # 82318563
      Dodge Charger 1966, Roofrail Weatherstrip by SoffSeal®. Roofrail weatherstripping is installed along the roofline of your hardtop. Installing roofrail weatherstripping will eliminate wind noise and prevent water damage. Genuine...
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      # 197441174
      Dodge Charger 1966, Southwest Reproductions™ Exterior Trim Screw Set by Auto Metal Direct®. The restoration experts at Auto Metal Direct manufacture correct OE-quality replacement parts that will help you restore your vehicle to...
      Direct fit replacementMade according to OE specs
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      # 82319116
      Universal Header Seal Convertible Top by SoffSeal®. SoffSeal brand universal fit extrusion is ideal for sealing gaps when the application is custom, or when there is no standard application. Our universal extrusions are available...
      $2.80 - $4.00
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      # mpn1271888931
      Universal Weatherstrip Convertible Top by SoffSeal®. This versatile extrusion has a height of 15/16" and a width of 7/8". It is typically used as Chrysler convertible top seal.
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      # mpn1271888920
      Universal Roofrail Seal by SoffSeal®. This versatile sponge extrusion has a height of 7/8" and a width of 7/8". It is typically used as a roofrail seal.
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      # mpn1271888991
      Universal Roofside Extension by SoffSeal®. This versatile extrusion has a height of 1 1/8" and a width of 1 1/8". It is typically used as a Blazer roof side seal.
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      # 144235107
      Dodge Charger 1966, Roof Rail Weatherstrips by Goodmark®, 1 Pair. Roof may not come readily to mind when you think of body panels that might require replacement on a classic or muscle car, not like fender or quarter panel. But if...
      Faithful reproduction of the original partHighest quality sheet metal parts available

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      Replacement Roof Panels Are a Worthy Restoration Investment
      So you went ahead and did it. You found, bought, and dragged home your dream car. Except that in its present condition, it more closely resembles a nightmare. It's nothing that some sweat equity (oh, and time and money) can't fix. At least you have the time to make a plan. Looking at the body, you see rust in the usual places: the quarter panels, door bottoms, and trunk floor. You're relieved at first to see that the tin worm has limited its appetite to the lower extremities.

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    1966 Dodge Charger Roofs Reviews

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    4.8 of 5
    An Amazing Finish
    I've painted many items with Al's liner and its durability impresses me every time. I have also mixed other automotive tints in it for when I painted my Jeep OD Green. I love coating cars and speaker boxes with the stuff, it really toughens them up and I never have to really worry about damage from off roading or things being thrown in the truck against my sub box.
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    1997 Jeep Cherokee
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