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Username Post: 1939 Master 85 2 door sedan window roller channel        (Topic#375096)
jtaoj0 
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jtaoj0
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05-27-24 02:51 PM - Post#2870270    

Hey all. I am progressing on my Master 85. I bought it as a failed resto, so dealing with piecing stuff together. I just found that I am missing the channel the rollers on the window regulator goi in and the glass screws into. Other than ehay, any sources you might know of? Thanks.



 


1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
Reg: 12-06-09
05-29-24 07:23 AM - Post#2870319    
    In response to jtaoj0

DiOrios Old Car Parts
7525 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97206
503-771-9416

I'd bet they have them as good used parts. Been buying from Joe Sr. and Jr. since the late 60's.


1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy pass. coupe 350/700R4
1937 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 
jtaoj0 
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06-12-24 01:27 PM - Post#2870806    
    In response to 1971BB427

Thanks @1971BB427! Are Joe Sr and Jr on this forum? I have other parts I will likely be needing...but I solved my issue per below. I wanted to respond back so that everyone will know the final outcome. I hate when people post, lots of great ideas come up and then the OP never posts their resolution

What I ended up doing (primarily due to cost) is buy some tri-five four door sedan window roller channel, front door. I had to widen the score holes a bit to get proper screw alignment, but they are the correct wides and length and fit the rollers perfectly! I was able to find a set on ewho for about $15 each shipped...way better than the 250 to 300 for a set I was seeing online!!



 
1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
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06-16-24 07:54 AM - Post#2870907    
    In response to jtaoj0

No, Joe Sr. and Jr. don't do the internet that I know of. They don't even have an online site for their store. They've been selling old GM parts for over 50 years now without any online presence.


1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy pass. coupe 350/700R4
1937 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 


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