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1939 Packard six convertible coupe— metal clad tacking strip
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Working on the car today and discovered the rear tacking strip for the convertible top was encased in a metal housing that attaches to a channel with rivets .
The metal is badly rusted but area under itt is solid.
Does anyone offer this type of tacking strip or is it necessary to retrofit typical tacking strips?
Any info will be appreciated.
thanks
RJR

Posted on: 2/27 19:19
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Re: 1939 Packard six convertible coupe— metal clad tacking strip
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modern plastic, stainless fasteners.

Posted on: 2/27 19:22
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Re: 1939 Packard six convertible coupe— metal clad tacking strip
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Sort of figured.
Thanks for the quick reply.
RJR

Posted on: 2/27 21:16
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