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    Default NOS Grey Windscreen Rubber - DS

    I'm chasing one for my 71 DS21 project - can anyone help at all...?
    Many thanks in advance,
    Mark...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ds21bvh View Post
    I'm chasing one for my 71 DS21 project - can anyone help at all...?
    Many thanks in advance,
    Mark...

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    Hi Mark
    Been there done that searching that is, they are an extinct specimen and the aftermarket is really crap and hard to fit anyways you never know if you don’t ask. Your work on the 21 is looking good.
    is this one going to the july car show??

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    Many thanks Phil - I'd like to think it will be ready for July but I'll have to see.
    There is still a lot of work to do...!
    I thought it was worth a shot - someone may have one kicking around surplus to requirements.
    The original Citroen one is just as hard to fit - Chris and I had a real battle getting the windscreen into the 69.
    Your thread is keeping me motivated - keep up the good work...!
    Cheers,
    Mark...
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    You could try Dave Burham in NY, or perhaps Jean Blondeau in Paris.
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