I looked into getting a new rubber boot for the drivers side door jamb wires.  It will cost around 225.00 each. These are going to look as close to the original part as possible, but I see the cost as a problem. Not many people want to spend that. 

This would fit the  63/64.

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Way to much money for that item i do believe

Enjoy

Russ

Have you checked on just having the "tit" rivets made for the boots.  I have ordered several different glove box bumpers but none of them have the groove thickness to match the double rubber thickness,  I would think that there might be a market for just a set of new rubber rivets.  I always thought that the "tits" were molded into the bottom half of the boot,  They actually just sew both halves together.

Just a thought,

I did some looking and found a good piece to use. Only problem is I have to order 4000

Wow, that's a bunch,  Do you remember what the part and part number was that you found?

3D printing will most likely save our cars. 

I did clean mine front pair and I want to find rear ones.

Rear ones are very  bad.

I have very good sedan rears for $20 each or $35 for a LH and RH set. Shipping would be $7 to US destinations. If interested shoot me an email to jasonedge@nc.rr.com

Any update on this? Ive been debating trying to make my own.

The project is dead due to the costs involved.

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