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Cortina mk1 door and boot seal fitting.

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Hello all and thanks in advance for reading this topic.

A good friend of mine is just finishing a restoration on a mk1 Cortina 4 door. Car is all painted up now but he's struggling as to how the door seals and boot lid seals are fitted to the panels, as the owner removed them prior to the resto.

He has bought new seals from the mk1 club but can't remember how the old ones were fitted so any help will be appreciated.

Here's the car.

 

 

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No pictures of trying to fit the door seals but i have a couple of us trying the boot seal in different ways.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

 

 

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at least for the boot some are on here (maybe i can take some from the doors as well, though car is stored amongst others tight, so will take a couple of days):

 

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not sure if these (old ones) are of use in the meantime (otherwise the red aeroflow is a 4door):

 

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Thanks Hans!  :thumbsup:

 

A couple of pictures of the bootlid seal, mocked up for now. Think this could be wrong, should the "bubble" bit be glued to the side of the inner frame?

 

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And door seals. This is drivers side front. We think we have this right.

Big thanks to everyone for looking and posting. Very much appreciated. :thumbsup:

 

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