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    R10 window seals

    Does anyone know where I can get some window seals for my renault 10, as they are getting old and worn and cracked.
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    Julian, try Scott's Old Auto Rubber at this link:

    <a href="http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ausrov/RENAULT%201963-67%208-10.htm" target="_blank">http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ausrov/RENAULT%201963-67%208-10.htm</a>

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    Stuey:
    Julian, try Scott's Old Auto Rubber at this link:

    <a href="http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ausrov/RENAULT%201963-67%208-10.htm" target="_blank">http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ausrov/RENAULT%201963-67%208-10.htm</a>

    Stuey
    I think spectrum rubber has a listing still:

    <a href="http://www.spectrumrubber.com.au" target="_blank">www.spectrumrubber.com.au</a>

    cheers!
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    The Old Rubber Co. here in Sydney has everything you need. When I restored my R10 12 years ago they worked out what would fit and what did'nt and then made a note of it for future customers.
    From memory the front window rubbers were shortened HR Holden rubbers. They also had the rear sliding glass rubbers, but I can't remember what they came off. I did have to use a special glue (which they surplied) to attach the rubber to the existing metal brackets!
    Sorry but I don't have the number or address anymore.
    cheers!
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    Peter Jacksons Old Rubber company became Spectrum Rubber when Peter sold the business to a couple of employees who still run it.

    It is still in the same place - I also don't have the number handy but it is in Appin Pl Dunheved if you want to do a white pages search on Spectrum.

    The old codes etc have been transferred onto their computer system as far as I know.
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    Of course if I scanned back a few replies; I'd remember bogmaster posted their website as a link for you!!!

    How easy is that!
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    Well there you go! I've learnt something new too!
    cheers!
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    Cheers Renomad

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    Scott's, at the link I gave, actually has a specific listing for the R10 rubbers. I got some window rubber for the R12 from there.

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