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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-20-2013, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Any chance of finding NOS parts for these two discontinued items?
E9SZ-6342430-A9G
E9SZ-6342404-A9G

Need one of each. If no NOS, do you have a source to suggest for very good used parts?

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Well there is one dealer showing the E9SZ-6342430-A9G . It is Livermore Ford in Livermore CA. there number is (925) 456-1200 . They are the only place showing it.You may want to give them the other # just to see if they have that one as well.

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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-27-2013, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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I talked to them last week, after my local dealer gave me the same info. Unfortunately, the dealership did not actually have the part. They said it had been special ordered for a customer, never arrived, and they eventually refunded him his money. Not clear why the part is still in their inventory count.

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Isn't there any available in the aftermarket?

I'm looking for the bottom moulding for mine.

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None that I've come across as yet. A co-worker who has a '95 SC used Griot's Garage rubber dye on his moldings, and liked the results. I'm going to try it on my car.

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Thanks Mike. Please post some pictures of the project. I'd like to see how that stuff works.

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It seems my upper glass moldings are starting to wear down. It would be nice if someone made replacements for those.

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A co-worker who has a '95 SC used Griot's Garage rubber dye on his moldings, and liked the results. I'm going to try it on my car.
This stuff?

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Yes it is Joe I use Griot's Garage products on my autos as well good stuff IMO .

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Well my rear molding is showing age as well I'm thinking plastidip since it's holding up great on the trim,quarter window rubber and door pillars.

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