Hatch surround hole plug

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    Hatch surround hole plug

    Looking for the mushroom shaped rubber plug that goes in the passenger side hole at the top of the hatch surround. Mine turned to dust when I removed it. Wiring goes in the drivers side hole, washer hose in the middle hole and the plug in the passenger side hole. Original number was I think 90950-01360, of course discontinued. Ignore the missing roof panel, doing a sunroof removal with a hardtop roof skin to get rid of the Florida rust.

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    Having stripped a few of these cars, there must be hundreds of those rubber plugs everywhere and there's not a lot of consistency in the plugs used. For example, it looks to me like they came from a few different manufacturers and believe it or not, there's some places where the holes and plugs for them are not the same on both sides although there doesn't appear to be any real reason for this.
    If you can measure the hole and PM me the details, I'll look through the large bag of these I have to see if any are the right size.

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    Do you still have your old roof skin?? If so, can I buy it off ya!
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    I have what's left of it! Sides are cut off below the ridge, gutters were junk. Has rust bubbles at rear of sunroof opening. Unless you need a section out of the middle the rest is not worth much. I cut some windshield edge off to patch the California donor.



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    Probably looks a lot better than what's on my car currently, but it would be better to check out in person. LMK when you might be available. Thanks for the pic!
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    Never Mind! I found a plug from the donor roof cut that I forgot I had! Also found a 7/8 GM floorpan plug that works but has a deep depression in the center that would hold water.
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