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1959 Chevy Impala - Sedan Door Weatherstrip Front & Rear 2 & 4-Door

Part #:
Alt Part #: 513146
Availability: In Stock
Fitment: 1958 thru 1960
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1958-1960 Chevy Sedan Door Weatherstrip Front & Rear 2 & 4-Door to prevent wind and water leaks

Reg. Price: $31.99 PR

Sale Price: $25.88 PR

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  • Reproduction Of Original
  • Trim To Fit, Clips May Require Re-Positioning
  • Recommend Gluing Corners With 3-M Weatherstrip Adhesive P/N 88-0273-1
  • 4-Door Sedans Will Require 2 Pair Of Weatherstrip


Door weatherstrips are crucial for protecting your 1958, 1959, 1960 Chevy from any outside weather elements. Have you noticed that rain is starting to collect near the bottom of your inner door? Chances are your weatherstrip has worn down and isn't guarding the inside of your doors like it should be. Eckler's Late Great Chevy has you covered and is happy to offer an exact reproduction door weatherstrip that matches original factory specifications for your 2-door or 4-door Sedan Nova. Installation is simple, as the weatherstrip goes around the bottom of the door, sealing against the bottom inner door frame. All you have to do is remove the old weatherstrip clips so that it comes off. Clips are included, which pop into the holes of your Chevy door, to ensure that it stays attached. Having new weatherstrips will prove that you have paid attention to detail on your Chevy. Trust Eckler's Late Great Chevy for all of your Chevy restoration needs, and get new door weatherstrips today for your 1958-1950 Chevy.

NOTE: Upon installation of new door weatherstrip you may find that the door is difficult to close, this is very common. After a few days the door weatherstrip will mold to contour of door and body, at this point the door will properly close and seal.


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