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« on: March 22, 2006, 07:42:50 AM »

Hey gang..
Any of you guys with Daytonas can help me? Where exactly is the hood seal attached to the front nose of the Daytona? I have a friend in need of the extra '70 Charger hood seal and attach rail I have. I just want to make sure he gets eveything he needs...  Pics would be of great help......

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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2006, 09:40:55 AM »

Here you go, Troy...  It is pop-riveted to the nosecone, and there's a flat strip of metal that is over the seal itself.  Hopefully the pics show you what you need.

And Oh-By-The-Way, if you're selling parts from your "stash", we gotta talk...   Tongue


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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2006, 10:18:48 AM »

Here you go, Troy...  It is pop-riveted to the nosecone, and there's a flat strip of metal that is over the seal itself.  Hopefully the pics show you what you need.

And Oh-By-The-Way, if you're selling parts from your "stash", we gotta talk...   Tongue

Thanks Geno,
Seems the seal uses the actual rubber as well and the long retaining bracket that the rivets are in... On the '70 Charger, those rivets are screws into a long black metal bracket which is attached to the bumper. What do you need for yours?....

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« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2006, 11:24:27 AM »

What do you need for yours?....

I haven't collected much weatherstripping yet - only the windshield gasket and the hood-to-cowl seal.  That hood filler/seal was on my shopping list though, since the original is shot (as you can see). The side filler pieces are different than a '70 Charger's, and my originals might be salvageable - I dunno just yet.  I hope so, since good originals (much less NOS) are made of unobtainium.

Those rusted small rivets you see in my picture are what holds the metal strip to the rubber seal, and the larger aluminum rivets are what holds the filler/seal assembly to the nosecone.  I guess for '70 Chargers they used screws rather than poprivets, and that had to have been easier.  My info shows the Daytona hood filler/seal as 2962624, which the '70-71 parts catalog I have (thanks again, Chris!!) shows the exact same number under Group 13-64-22.  I saw the bracket you were talking about (that this filler/seal attaches to) in the exploded view.

Beggars can't be choosers, but I am going to need a lot of exterior rubber gasket stuff...

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« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2006, 11:33:10 AM »

I've been told that the rubber seal is being reproduced... Do you know about that? If you're looking for just the seal, then I maybe able to get that to you and the attach bracket to Steve.. He has a seal, but no bracket and you have the bracket, but bad seal.... Feels like a donor's list to help save the life of someone..  laugh

let me know.. What other seals do you need?

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« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2006, 12:17:03 PM »

I've been told that the rubber seal is being reproduced... Do you know about that? If you're looking for just the seal, then I maybe able to get that to you and the attach bracket to Steve.. He has a seal, but no bracket and you have the bracket, but bad seal.... Feels like a donor's list to help save the life of someone..  laugh

let me know.. What other seals do you need?

Troy

*thunk* goes the parts book on Geno's desk...  Where do I start???   Tongue

Well, anything on the doors, vent wing, window channels.  There was some heat inside the car from the dashboard (which caught fire the same time the engine did), so a lot of the seals close to the front seat were damaged.  I'd love to find a good trunk seal with the embossed part number on the surface, but that's a pipe dream I do believe.  I MIGHT be able to re-use mine, but those tend to be brittle at the base where they glued them to the trunk lip.  The fuel filler tube-to-trunkfloor is another one that will be hard to find in good shape (apart from a reproduction).

That's just what comes to mind - there's probably other things I'm not thinking of at the moment.

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« Reply #6 on: March 22, 2006, 12:18:43 PM »

Seals?  that reminds me.....  So a walrus walks into a bar..... smilielol smilielol slap
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« Reply #7 on: March 22, 2006, 12:28:07 PM »

Seals?  that reminds me.....  So a walrus walks into a bar..... smilielol smilielol slap

Paul, somebody's bored...........

But, go ahead with the joke.......  icon_smile_big
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« Reply #8 on: March 22, 2006, 12:30:00 PM »

Geno,
Are the door seals the same, part number-wise from a '69 compared to a '70?

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« Reply #9 on: March 22, 2006, 12:33:28 PM »

Seals?  that reminds me.....  So a walrus walks into a bar..... smilielol smilielol slap

Paul, somebody's bored...........

But, go ahead with the joke.......  icon_smile_big

its lunch time right now, and yes, i'm bored.

.....and says to the bartender, so i dropped my car of at the shop for a tune up and went to the corner pop shop for a ice cream cone.  When i came back the mechanic says, it looks like you blew a seal, and the walrus tells him no, its just ice cream!

Bwahahaha    smilielol smilielol smilielol   thank you, thank you, i'm here all week...
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« Reply #10 on: March 22, 2006, 12:41:46 PM »

Seals?  that reminds me.....  So a walrus walks into a bar..... smilielol smilielol slap

Paul, somebody's bored...........

But, go ahead with the joke.......  icon_smile_big

its lunch time right now, and yes, i'm bored.

.....and says to the bartender, so i dropped my car of at the shop for a tune up and went to the corner pop shop for a ice cream cone.  When i came back the mechanic says, it looks like you blew a seal, and the walrus tells him no, its just ice cream!

Bwahahaha    smilielol smilielol smilielol   thank you, thank you, i'm here all week...

 lolexplode  << Paul during the week thinking of a T7 C500.........
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« Reply #11 on: March 22, 2006, 12:56:34 PM »

Hey you know what i might be taking my 500 into the plastic/sand blasting guy this spring/summer.  I've got the itch to get it going next winter and i'd like to get all the rust cleaned off..  So my car might be getting its turn now that the 68 is nearing completion.... boogie
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« Reply #12 on: March 22, 2006, 12:57:42 PM »

Hey you know what i might be taking my 500 into the plastic/sand blasting guy this spring/summer.  I've got the itch to get it going next winter and i'd like to get all the rust cleaned off..  So my car might be getting its turn now that the 68 is nearing completion.... boogie

outstanding !!!!  2thumbs

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« Reply #13 on: March 22, 2006, 06:10:41 PM »

Geno,
Are the door seals the same, part number-wise from a '69 compared to a '70?

Troy

Yes, they are.  Took me a while to run them all down, but here's a summary:

Group                       Description                             1969         1970[/u]
23-63-14   Front Dr Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Right   2876 268   2876 268
                Front Dr Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Left     2876 269   2876 269
23-63-15   Front Dr Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Right   2860 524   2860 524
                Front Dr Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Left     2860 525   2860 525
23-63-20   Quarter Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Right    2876 270   2876 270
                Quarter Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Left      2876 271   2876 271
23-63-21   Quarter Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Right    2838 086   2838 086
                Quarter Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Left      2838 087   2838 087
23-63-33   Front Door Weatherstrip - Right                 2860 400   2860 400
                Front Door Weatherstrip - Left                   2860 401   2860 401
                Roof Side Rail Weatherstrip - Right            2838 642   2838 642
                Roof Side Rail Weatherstrip - Left              2838 643   2838 643
                Frt Door Corner Seal @ rear - Right           2861 474   2861 474
                Frt Door Corner Seal @ rear - Left             2861 475   2861 475
                Qtr Corner Seal @ front - Right                 2838 464   2838 464
                Qtr Corner Seal @ front - Left                   2838 465   2838 465
23-63-126 Front Dr. Vent Wing Weatherstrip - Right    2811 306   2811 306
                Front Dr. Vent Wing Weatherstrip - Left      2811 307   2811 307
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« Reply #14 on: March 22, 2006, 06:56:01 PM »

Geno,
Are the door seals the same, part number-wise from a '69 compared to a '70?

Troy

Yes, they are.  Took me a while to run them all down, but here's a summary:

Group                       Description                             1969         1970[/u]
23-63-14   Front Dr Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Right   2876 268   2876 268
                Front Dr Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Left     2876 269   2876 269
23-63-15   Front Dr Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Right   2860 524   2860 524
                Front Dr Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Left     2860 525   2860 525
23-63-20   Quarter Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Right    2876 270   2876 270
                Quarter Wdw Inner Weatherstrip - Left      2876 271   2876 271
23-63-21   Quarter Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Right    2838 086   2838 086
                Quarter Wdw Outer Weatherstrip - Left      2838 087   2838 087
23-63-33   Front Door Weatherstrip - Right                 2860 400   2860 400
                Front Door Weatherstrip - Left                   2860 401   2860 401
                Roof Side Rail Weatherstrip - Right            2838 642   2838 642
                Roof Side Rail Weatherstrip - Left              2838 643   2838 643
                Frt Door Corner Seal @ rear - Right           2861 474   2861 474
                Frt Door Corner Seal @ rear - Left             2861 475   2861 475
                Qtr Corner Seal @ front - Right                 2838 464   2838 464
                Qtr Corner Seal @ front - Left                   2838 465   2838 465
23-63-126 Front Dr. Vent Wing Weatherstrip - Right    2811 306   2811 306
                Front Dr. Vent Wing Weatherstrip - Left      2811 307   2811 307

I have a set of NOS ones, door seals that is.. I'm still not sure what I'm going to do, but you'll be the first to have at 'em if I decide to sell... I don't need NOS stuff like that on the '70....

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I have a set of NOS ones, door seals that is.. I'm still not sure what I'm going to do, but you'll be the first to have at 'em if I decide to sell... I don't need NOS stuff like that on the '70....

Troy

Thanks, Troy!    bow 

That would be fantastic, but you might also check to see if they would work on your '68 too.  I don't have a '68 parts book, but some of the internet parts number summaries show that number to be used from '68-70.  Just a thought...

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