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1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

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1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#1 Post by keyarc » Sat Aug 23, 2014 3:21 pm

Hello All,

I am new to Mazda cars. I have a 1969 1500 I am semi restoring/semi modifying. I am looking for some very hard to find parts: The front vent window gaskets, the rear door quarter window gaskets, and the under panel of the dash board, antennae. Does anyone know where I can get used or NOS parts for these? Does anyone know where I can get the original Mazda part numbers? Even a substitute part that could be modified slightly or direct fit would be acceptable.

It would also be great to acquire a set of the original driving turn signal lights that fit under the bumper and the metal trims that go around the front and rear windshields.

The car was stripped, repaired, repainted, custom leather interior, all new rubber gaskets for windows, custom Flaming River steering column, Grant steering wheel, custom stainless steel bumpers. It is looking good,but I need the parts above to complete it.

Anyone's assistance is greatly appreciated!


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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#2 Post by mazdak » Mon Aug 25, 2014 1:20 pm

Hey Keyarc,

Haven't found NOS quarter window rubbers anywhere - been looking for 3 years!

Mazda checked japan stock and found nothing - 0223 73 412A, 0223 73 4130.

I'm interested to know if anyone on Ausrotary has contacts for custom mouldings? Perhaps we could get a group buy to make it worth their while - can't think of a 1500 I have seen that wouldn't benefit from new rubber.

Cheers
Dave



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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#3 Post by alpharx7 » Mon Aug 25, 2014 11:39 pm

if you haven't already found this thread in the parts section, Mo's may be able to help you with some spare parts........

viewtopic.php?f=48&t=240695" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;



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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#4 Post by keyarc » Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:22 am

mazdak wrote:Hey Keyarc,

Haven't found NOS quarter window rubbers anywhere - been looking for 3 years!

Mazda checked japan stock and found nothing - 0223 73 412A, 0223 73 4130.

I'm interested to know if anyone on Ausrotary has contacts for custom mouldings? Perhaps we could get a group buy to make it worth their while - can't think of a 1500 I have seen that wouldn't benefit from new rubber.

Cheers
Dave
Hello Dave,

If I can get a hold of a pair of old used gaskets in decent shape, I would have custom made. I will also keep searching and let you know if I find anything.

How do you get the part numbers? Where did you find them? Ihave been searching, but haven't found a source for part numbers yet either.

thank you for contacting me.



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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#5 Post by keyarc » Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:23 am

alpharx7 wrote:if you haven't already found this thread in the parts section, Mo's may be able to help you with some spare parts........

viewtopic.php?f=48&t=240695" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Thank you Alpharx. I will give that a try.



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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#6 Post by avion » Wed Jun 08, 2016 3:09 pm

has anyone had any luck finding these front vent window rubbers for a 1500/1800?


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Re: 1969 Mazda 1500 front and rear vent window gaskets

#7 Post by keyarc » Thu Jul 07, 2016 7:52 pm

Updated Photo: Still looking for Front Vent window gaskets, Center Drive Shaft support assembly.

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