KimmyPants

Can you tell me where to get this?

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Hey, I just bought a 1992 Cutlass Supreme convertible and the weatherstripping is so worn away that my windows are leaking and there are puddles in my backseats and front seats. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHERE TO FIND WEATHERSTRIPPING FOR THIS CAR. IVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE FOR IT, BUT I CANNOT FIND IT! THIS FORUM IS MY LAST HOPE...ALL THE OTHER FORUMS PEOPLE DON'T KNOW crap. thanks! -kimmy-
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Hmmm...my guess would be a dealership. Yea...they tend to have car parts. Since Olds is gone, my guess would be any Buick-Pontiac-GMC dealership. GM will still service Oldsmobiles. Either that or find a mechanic or go through a salvage yard.
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I'm not sure if this is going to work for you but this is a link that sells weatherstripping for the windshield and it says it's for the coupe (it doesn't explicitly say convertible).

http://www.carpartswholesale.com/store/ind...SUPREME%20COUPE

Upon doing some research, I fear you may be out of luck getting parts from a dealer for your car. From what I've read, several parts were discontinued for your car (including weatherstripping, I believe). If all else fails, you may need to search your local junkyards.

Good luck.
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Congrats on the purchase. You've got a nice car there... buy the weatehrstriping from the dealer for the best fit/quality.
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Dealer is probably the way to go. GM tends to make parts for a car for 10 years. Since your car stopped producton in 1996, it's very possible that they'll be able to get the weatherstripping. It'll be more expensive than a 3rd party outfit, but worth it if you're planning on keeping the car for a few years.
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Pep Boys, etc, sells universal weatherstripping. You might take a piece of yours to compare, and find some new stuff that looks close in size and shape, then replace the bad sections of yours. RTV silicone will be your friend in this endeavor, HTH and good luck. Hey, can we see some pics of the car, I love those Cutty verts!
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plenty of weatherstripping vendors in hemmings motor news. try hemmings on line, too. the dealer will probably charge you way too much.
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Try gmobsolete.com I've had luck with them in the past. Ironic their web name, it holds so true!!
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Try gmobsolete.com

I've had luck with them in the past.

Ironic their web name, it holds so true!!

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thanks so much! according to the website i found what i need. it's not showing me the picture of it but i'm going to find out what it includes given the fact that it costs $71. you've been a great help, if there's anything else i need i'm going to come back to you for a link. :-)

-kimmy-
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thanks so much! according to the website i found what i need.  it's not showing me the picture of it but i'm going to find out what it includes given the fact that it costs $71.  you've been a great help, if there's anything else i need i'm going to come back to you for a link. :-)

-kimmy-

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You are welcome! I've used them in the past when I had some old classic GM's with much sucess. Their name is so ironic, and so true!
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