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  • calumb1
    started a topic Maestro part numbers or parts wanted

    Maestro part numbers or parts wanted

    Hi all, can anyone help with the original part numbers for the following Maestro bits:
    Tailgate/boot seal
    Brake pedal rubber for automatic cars
    "Vanden Plas" tailgate script badge
    Wheel centres (the stick on bits that have VP).
    Any info much appreciated or anyone have these items for sale new old stock?
    I also need the drivers (o/s/f) door seal XZP7674 in bitter chocolate but happy to take any other colour as I can paint the beading to match (I have managed to source the other 3 as new old stock).
    I am in Newbury
    Many thanks!

  • Jeff Turbo
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    Originally posted by calumb1 View Post
    Thanks I just submitted an offer on the rubber and will order a boot seal. I might look at getting the wheel centre decals printed on sticky labels,i have the original aluminium ones but they are badly corroded and worn. What is NAM4239 exactly? I couldn’t see them listed on mg rover parts finder, are they the centre caps that cover the bolts or the stick on VP aluminium disc logos?
    Typed in wrong, should be NAM4234. They are the full VP wheel trims but check first if metric or imperial and if correct ones for your car
    Last edited by Jeff Turbo; 17th March 2019, 11:37.

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  • calumb1
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    Thanks I just submitted an offer on the rubber and will order a boot seal. I might look at getting the wheel centre decals printed on sticky labels,i have the original aluminium ones but they are badly corroded and worn. What is NAM4239 exactly? I couldn’t see them listed on mg rover parts finder, are they the centre caps that cover the bolts or the stick on VP aluminium disc logos?

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  • Jeff Turbo
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    One on ebay and apparently the same as a marina.
    the vp decal if you have the original on the car can be made. I use my local printing company to do mine. You would just need to take it to them to copy
    Last edited by Jeff Turbo; 12th March 2019, 08:28.

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  • calumb1
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    Thank you very much Jeff, much appreciated.

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  • Jeff Turbo
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    Tailgate seal EAM9042/ADL1771/CKE10010 Wilcox have 2 in stock
    Pedal rubber 21H5672
    Wheel cover NAM 4239 Wilcox have 6 in stock. Centre cap if alloy NAM 3449
    Door seal XZP7674CC none in stock but Wilcox have XZP7675CC, the other side and 2 in stock. you can use for either door if the slit in the rubber has not been cut for the bottom of the seal
    Check all before buying from Wilcox, ask for John and he will help you and confirm part numbers
    Last edited by Jeff Turbo; 11th March 2019, 16:25.

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  • calumb1
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    Hi Jeff, May 1985 with the steel wheels with plastic covers.

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  • Jeff Turbo
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    What year is the car as wheel centres changed with age? Alloy wheel or steel?

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