These pictures are for reference only. They are pictured to hopefully clarify the model cars this seal can be used on. On the left we find the Pontiac Chieftain. In the middle the Oldsmobile 88. And on the right the Chevy Belair.
1953 & 54 Chevy Sedan Windshield Weather Seal “with stainless groove”.
The 1953 & 54 Chevy Windshield Weather Seal listed here, is made in the USA and is used on the Bel Air model Sedans, the 210 model Sedan and the Coupe. It is made with a groove to hold the Stainless Reveal Molding found on these models. It is not used on the 150 Models.
Only the pressure of the rubber groove holds the stainless on, there are no molding clips for this application.
This seal is used with the windshield DW318
The Windshield Weather Seal for the 150 model does not have this grove because the 150 model uses no stainless molding around the glass.
The 1953 and 1954 Chevy had a windshield stainless that was made in the shape of a “T” and the lower leg of that “T” pressed into a groove formed in the windshield weather seal. No molding clips were used on this seal.
Other Cars that this Windshield Seal is found on are as follows.
1950 Oldsmobile 88 Futuramic 2dr and 4dr
1951 Oldsmobile 88 2dr and 4dr Sedan
1953 Pontiac Chieftain 2dr and 4dr Sedan plus the Station Wagon & Sedan Delivery
1954 Pontiac Chieftain 2dr and 4dr Sedan plus the Station Wagon & Star Chief 4dr Sedan