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Old 08-09-2017, 07:37 PM   #1
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Rub Rail Finish

My '69 Overlander Land Yacht has rub rails on the exterior, down low, near the top of the wheel wells. I'm wondering how these were originally finished. The rail is about 2" wide, with a 3/4" wide groove/dado down the middle. Did they originally have a vinyl insert in that groove? There's no sign of paint, but they were attached with pop rivets when I acquired the trailer, so not weathertight on their own.
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