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Old 11-17-2014, 12:27 PM   #1
Drives: 1967 Camaro RS Coupe
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67 Driver side window and hardware


I am looking for somewhere to buy a new driver side window and all the hardware (U channel, Horizontal channels, etc).

I have tried NPD and Ricks and looked all over but no Driver side and the hardware. Called and looked on website.

Also is it very difficult to replace?


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Old 11-19-2014, 02:13 PM   #2
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Drives: 1977 Type LT Rally Sport
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I have had good luck finding window track components for for my 1977 Camaro from Classic Industries. They have a large selection of parts.

I watched a 68 Camaro being removed once, and remember it looking easy. Not sure about 67s.

I recommend you purchase the Camaro Restoration Handbook by Tom Currao and Ron Sessions. It covers 1967 through 1981 Camaros. I bought my copy for around $18 a long time ago. It probably is still under $25

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Old 11-20-2014, 07:32 AM   #3
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First gen door internal parts are tough to find. The rear mount on the drivers window u-channel broke off on mine. I never was able to find anyone that had one that would sell it. Ended up having mine welded/repaired. Since they don't re-pop that stuff those that have it were hanging onto it. You can buy new door shells, skins, glass, and even the "regulator" assem., but I guess they all assume that you have the track parts from your old one to transfer over. Check places like who sell used stuff. Occasionally they'll get stuff like that in. Also check ebay. People desperate enough have just bought entire junkyard doors to get those parts.
Not hard to put in, hands and arms/wrists will get scratched up. Finicky part is getting all the adjustments right, upper stop/lower/stop/window angle, etc.

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