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I can't say I recommend this unless you're an idiot like myself of course they don't make a replacement drip rail for a 68 Coupe or a roof as far as a donor car you might as well forget that too but we did accomplish it by getting to dynacorn Fastback drip rail replacements with weld through primer the front 3/4 is the same we scavenge the second set to make the curve around the back window still have to maybe make it a little longer use a drip rail molding as kind of a guide because the original lines are usually gone so it can work I'm not sure it's worth the effort but since I want to put a vinyl top back on this car I did it will probably finish off the drip rail with high quality epoxy
 

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I used a 65-66 coupe roof skin from dynacorn. The roof is the same except the sail panels where it meets the back glass.


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