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Rick Posted - 04/18/2004 : 19:29:25
On the 1971 original paint cars I've worked on, it appears that
they didn't actually use a gasket. It looks
like it was a sealer material that oozed slightly before
curing to hard plastic-like material. I use a
Duramix product to reapply and get the same look.

A black colored cut style gasket was used on 1970 shaker cars.

Rick






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