I think that the rubber body seals are the most critical.
I guess I have never seen them because I never looked, and you may be the first to ask about them.as I suspected, im fubar
EDIT: partially fubar
I think that the top-to-windshield seal is not available, but I also thought that about the door window seals, so .....There are replacements available?
I've been treating my rubber with special chemicals to help it last.
While nearly everything is "possible", weatherstrips are currently far from practicable. The shapes are complex, the parts are fairly large and, as @steveorama said, the materials are not the most suitable.Would it be possible to print new rubberlike parts out of TPA plastic after some trial and error?
Most Kappa collisions are front damage. I suspect that excessive speed could be a common factor.Will maybe try some local dealers in the valley. My dealership contacts back in MN are all 6 foot under. Still no answer to the hoods$!? Of the cars up on auction all seem to have bumper and hood injuries
Technically it is not dual exhaust, but in any case it was done to provide an additional visual distinction between the NA and the RL, and not to save cost.I agree with you. I wish my Base Sky had dual exhaust tips like the Red Line. It would look balanced. Heck GM could not even install a 2-note horn in the Sky. How could I expect a dual exhaust in my Base? Doing so saved them a whopping $10.
Even my 2014 Nissan Altima Sedan with the fuel economic 2.5L-L4 engine has dual exhaust and it looks right.
Look through the 2004 GM catalog to see what was available with an automatic passenger window.How much would it have cost GM to add the automatic window switch on the passenger side? They downgrade because they probably believe that they will sell more expensive cars. But I wouldn't have bought anything other than the Sky because that is what I liked. Sales are probably lost on a $5.00 upgrade part. Maybe they bought Mustangs instead.