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  New Wagon and 4-door Parts for sale:

This section is mostly tailgate specific parts

see other sections for more available parts

Hello everyone. I am happy to announce that I have expanded the product list do to customer requests and support.

I have worked very hard to provide an option for us wagon guys so that we may keep these cars on the road, out of the crushers and looking good.

Now some of the parts include B.O.P. (Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac) 64-67 and earlier A-body and B-body wagons, and 4-door vehicles.

For clarification, A-body is the mid-sized vehicles like Chevelles, B-body is the full sized vehicles like Impala.

 

Don't bother looking all over the place, Einstyn is the only one selling these items!

If you find them elsewhere they will be inferior quality and fitting parts.

All parts are manufactured by Einstyn or exclusively for Einstyn. Every effort is made, even if it cost more, to have every single part and material used in these parts, to be made in America. At Einstyn I pledge to support our country's economy by doing business with local companies. This is just good business for all and the products cant be beat because they are made with Pride in the USA.

 

 

 

 

 

Ordering:

Please email wagons@einstyn.com to check availability. Payment is accepted in the form of a personal check, Money order, or paypal. When using Paypal send funds using the aforementioned email address. Be sure to indicate in the description what parts you are paying for and be sure to have the correct shipping address. In the U.S. add $15 to any of the prices or combined prices below. Send checks/ M.O.s or cores to Pete Lohr P.O.Box 3463 Morganton, NC. 28680.  Please allow two weeks if I have to make your parts. If you are not satisfied with the parts I will refund your money (minus shipping).

 

Free limited offer       while supplies last!

 

If you purchase $300 or more you can get this Promotional Limited Edition Einstyn.com  Hot Wheels 1970 Chevelle Wagon and custom box.

(by Small Scale Customs in Balto. MD)

 

 

Started in 2009, only 12 were produced each year after.

 

 

        Tailgate Parts: (see other pages for non-tailgate parts)

                 
                                                Reference image 1.
 
(1)  Tailgate rubber seal

see ref "A" in Reference image 1.

     I am proud to be the first to offer these long sought after and desperately needed 1968 to 1972 Station Wagon tailgate weather striping reproductions. These will fit all gm A-body station wagons. Single and Dual action tailgates. Now there are cheaper copies coming up in various places for sale, don't be fooled, mine have the correct cross section as seen on the right. Buy only the best for your restoration. For the B-body wagons this seal may need some custom fitting. But there are currently no alternatives. The B-body seals also come with 6" more extrusion material to compensate for the wider body. These come with the 4 black push pins.

       (1A)- 68-72 A-body  $140

       (1B)- 64-67 A-body  $100

       (1C)- 68-70 B-body  $140

      

                                                                    Cross section

 (2) Tailgate window rubber channel weather-strip

see ref "B" in Reference image 1.

         I am proud to be the first and only to offer these long sought after and desperately need window channel reproductions. These high quality exact replacements mount in the metal channel up in the pillars and roof line so that when the tailgate window is up it creates the seal. These are cut and notched like the factory did it so that the weather-stripping forms around the corners without kinking up. Ready to be installed. Some slight trimming may be necessary to fit the exact length of your window channel after installation.  They pop easily into your metal tracks with a perfect fit.    

       (2A)- 68-72 A-body  $65

       (2B)- 64-67 A-body  $65

       (2C)- 64-70 B-body  $65

(3) Tailgate glass weather-strip kit

 see ref "C" in Reference image 1.

     Highest quality available. All parts listed below are for A-body.

       (3A) - 69-72 Kit, Outer (3A1) & Inner (3A2) seal for Chevelle only. $130   Kit

              (3A1) - 69-72 Outer seal for Chevelle. $79 separately

              (3A2) - 69-72 Inner seal for Chevelle.  $61 separately

                 

       (3B) - 68-72 Kit, Outer (3B1) & Inner (3A2) seal for BOP only. $130 Kit

                 * See note to the left.

              (3B1) - 68-72 Outer seal for BOP (Buick, Olds, Pontiac) only. $79 separately

              (3A2) - see above.

 

       (3C) - 68 Kit, Outer (3C1) & Inner (3C2) seal for 68 Chevelle only. $130 Kit

              (3C1) - 68 Outer seal for Chevelle only. $79 separately

              (3C2) - 68 Inner seal for Chevelle only. $61 separately

                                  

       (3D) - 64-67 Kit, Outer (3D1) & Inner (3D2) seal  $130   Kit

              (3D1) - 64-67 Outer seal. $79 separately

              (3D2) - 64-67 Inner seal.  $61 separately  

 

 

* This is the BOP outer. It mounts to the stainless steel molding that runs along the top edge of the tailgate.

 (4) Tailgate window vertical channels and parts

 

Reference image 2.

 

  68-70 A-Body Tailgate Vertical Window Track Assembly/Components

 

I am happy to announce that the 68-70 A-body wagon tailgate window vertical channel with the molded rubber boot on the top (that is visible on the top edge of the tailgate) are finally approaching completion. These parts are expecting to be ready soon.

 

"I will announce when these are ready for 68-72"

           There is a large demand for these parts, so by placing your pre-paid orders, you will be in line for yours. This also will allow me to make payments on the very extensive tooling charges that make this possible. also, I could use the extra time preparing the cores for their new make-over.

           All of the pictures used for items D1 thru D6 are from the already completed D7 thru D12 64-67 vertical channels. I show you this to present the quality that the 68-72 parts will be held to.

(4A).  A pair of the molded rubber tops with steel molded in. $150 /pair (not ready yet)

Suggested Installation: Drill out the head of the original rivets holding the original top parts on your tracks. Install with new rivets or flat head screws insuring that nothing is protruding into the track that may cause interference to the tailgate glass. Once installed in the tailgate, it may be necessary to use a little black RTV to have the top rubber flaps hold tight to your tailgate skin.

 

(4B). The material for you to re-line your tracks. It is enough material to do a pair. $10/pair 

Suggested Installation: Cut liner to exact length, spray adhesive to back side of liner (cover the part of the liner that overhangs to only get adhesive on liner that will be in contact with the metal channel). It is advised to not cut the side overhanging material so that you have something to pull during the alignment procedure. Use a ¼” thick paint stick to push and hold the liner inside the channel. Align the liner so that the fuzzy material is not higher than the edge of the channel on either side as it fills the curvature of the channel. Once the glue is dry cut the excess liner down to the channel as show in a picture of the final product.

 

 

(4C). A rebuilt pair of tracts, new rubber top (4A) riveted on and new lining (4B)  installed . The reused tracts with the factory brackets are sand blasted and painted   before rebuilding.  $220/pair (not ready yet)

With a re-buildable core exchange.

(I Will buy extra re-buildable cores for $50/pair that you ship to me, depending on current inventory)

 

(4D). Same as 4C above, but without a core exchange. Only if available. $270/pair (not ready yet)

 

(4E). Complete new pair with new N.O.S. tracks $350/pair (not ready yet)

New N.O.S. tracks with fuzzy material factory bonded inside track. Used brackets blasted/painted/installed, new rubber tops (D1). As good as it gets but very limited to the few NOS track that I still have.

 

(4F). Same as 4E above, but without a core exchange. Only if available. $400/pair  (not ready yet) 

 

        

                Reference image 3.

 

64-67 A-Body Tailgate Vertical Window Track Assembly/Components

 

 

I am happy to announce that the 64-67 A-body wagon tailgate window vertical channel with the molded rubber boot on the top (that is visible on the top edge of the tailgate) are finally available. I am not sure how long I will be making these because they are quite time consuming to produce, so the pricing is accordingly.

 

 

(4G).  A pair of the molded rubber tops with steel molded in. $150 /pair

Suggested Installation: Drill out the head of the original rivets holding the original top parts on your tracks. The top rivet goes thru the channel, the steel bracket molded into the top rubber and the threaded mount. The bottom rivet only goes thru the channel and the threaded mount. The bracket molded into the rubber tops are only held on by one rivet and locked in place by the other. So to clarify, the bottom hole in the metal of the rubber top does not get a rivet through it. Noticeable in the lower picture to the right. This was an adjustment that would just cost too much to go back and change the molds. Sorry, but rest assured the part is secured just as well. Install with new rivets or flat head screws insuring that nothing is protruding into the track that may cause interference to the tailgate glass. after installing the new tops, it would be recommended to then replace the liners (4B) to prevent the glass from scrapping the rivets.

Once installed in the tailgate, it may be necessary to use a little black RTV to have the top rubber flaps hold tight to your tailgate skin.

(4B). The material for you to re-line your tracks. It is enough material to do a pair. $10/pair 

Suggested Installation: Cut liner to exact length, spray adhesive to back side of liner (cover the part of the liner that overhangs to only get adhesive on liner that will be in contact with the metal channel). It is advised to not cut the side overhanging material so that you have something to pull during the alignment procedure. Use a ¼” thick paint stick to push and hold the liner inside the channel. Align the liner so that the fuzzy material is not higher than the edge of the channel on either side as it fills the curvature of the channel. Once the glue is dry cut the excess liner down to the channel as show in a picture of the final product.

 

 

(4H). A rebuilt pair of tracts, new rubber top (4G) riveted on and new lining (4B)    installed . The reused tracts with the factory brackets are sand blasted and painted   before rebuilding.  $220/pair

With a re-buildable core exchange.

(I Will buy extra re-buildable cores for $50/pair that you ship to me, depending on current inventory)

 

(4I). Same as 4H above, but without a core exchange. Only if available. $270/pair

 

(4J). Complete new pair with new N.O.S. tracks $350/pair

New N.O.S. tracks with fuzzy material factory bonded inside track. Used brackets blasted/painted/installed, new rubber tops (4G). As good as it gets but very limited to the few NOS track that I still have.

 

(4K). Same as 4J above, but without a core exchange. Only if available. $400/pair  

 

65-68 B-Body Tailgate Vertical Window Track Assembly/Components

I am happy to announce that the 65-68 B-body wagon tailgate window vertical channel with the molded rubber boot on the top (that is visible on the top edge of the tailgate) are finally available. I am not sure how long I will be making these because they are quite time consuming to produce, so the pricing is accordingly.

(The pictures are from the a-body wagons but the process is all the same)

 

(4L).  A pair of the molded rubber tops with steel molded in. $150 /pair

Suggested Installation: Drill out the head of the original rivets holding the original top parts on your tracks. Install with new rivets or flat head screws insuring that nothing is protruding into the track that may cause interference to the tailgate glass. Once installed in the tailgate, it may be necessary to use a little black RTV to have the top rubber flaps hold tight to your tailgate skin.

 

(4B). The material for you to re-line your tracks. It is enough material to do a pair. $10/pair 

Suggested Installation: Cut liner to exact length, spray adhesive to back side of liner (cover the part of the liner that overhangs to only get adhesive on liner that will be in contact with the metal channel). It is advised to not cut the side overhanging material so that you have something to pull during the alignment procedure. Use a ¼” thick paint stick to push and hold the liner inside the channel. Align the liner so that the fuzzy material is not higher than the edge of the channel on either side as it fills the curvature of the channel. Once the glue is dry cut the excess liner down to the channel as show in a picture of the final product.

 

(4M). A rebuilt pair of tracts, new rubber top (4L) riveted on and new lining (4B) installed . The reused tracts with the factory brackets are sand blasted and painted before rebuilding.  $220/pair

With a re-buildable core exchange.

(I Will buy extra re-buildable cores for $50/pair that you ship to me, depending on current inventory)

 

BEFORE (Core)

 

AFTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4A)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4B)

 

 

(4C), (4D)

 

(4E), (4F)

 

 

 

 

BEFORE (Core)

 

AFTER

 

 

 

(4G)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4B)

 

(4H), (4I)

 

(4J), (4K)

 

 

 

BEFORE (Core)             

(4L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4B)

 

(4M)

 

 (5) Tailgate Crank Assembly and Parts

                     (video to remove and install lock)

                      YouTube link if that doesn't work

 

(5A) Complete pre-assembled crank minus the clutch.

        Fits A-body and B-body 68-71  $280 each

This is the Clutch (5I), I no longer have these. You will have to reuse yours.

 

 

    

 

(5B). Crank only. $85

 

 

 

 

 

(5C). Tailgate crank gasket, new     fits 68-71 $20 

5C is a new and improved gasket. It incorporates the original gasket but with a lip around the outside that keeps the gasket from pulling under the crank like so many I have seen do. I made these and think you will be very pleased. As with most of the small rubber parts they are made by hand one at a time.

(5D. Crank Lock cylinder. 64-71 $69

(5E). Pawl. 64-71 $35

These were no longer available anywhere so I contracted these to be machined from stainless steel. I am sorry about the price but that is what it ended up being when each one is made by a machinist out of stainless steel.

(5E)

(5F). Spring 64-71 $4
(5G). E-Clip 64-71 $2
(5H). lock nuts (2) 64-71 $2

 

 

(5A)

(Picture shows gasket for the 68 power bezel the correct one is shown below and will be what comes with your assembly.)

 

 

 

(5C)

 

 

(5D)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 (6) 68 Tailgate Power Lock Parts

      (and 68-71 manual to power conversion)

 

(6A) Assembly containing 6B, 6D, 6E and 6F. $255

        Fits A-body and B-body 68 power tailgates or this kit will help you to convert 68 - 71 manual tailgates to power tailgates. You would also need other parts to complete the conversion like the wiring harness and the motor and regulator.   

(6B). Bezel only.  $145

(6C). Power Lock cylinder. N.O.S. (New Old Stock) $110

This is a brand new GM lock cylinder with 2 keys.

Suggested Installation:   

 

 

 

(6E). Gasket only. $20

 

 

 

 

 

 

(6F). lock nuts (2) $2

(6A)

 

(6B)

 

(6C), (6D)

 

(6E)

 

 (7) 69 - 72 Tailgate Power Lock Assembly and Parts

 

(7A) Power Lock cylinder. N.O.S. (New Old Stock) $145

(7B). Power Lock cylinder. NEW Modified $125

This is a brand new GM lock cylinder with 2 keys that I figured a way to slightly modify it so that it will work exactly like the original.

 

(7C). NEW Polished Stainless Steel Bezel only. $50

 

(7D). Gasket $10

 

Suggested Installation: To trip the switch that lets you put the window up while the tailgate is open, stick a screwdriver into the latch mechanism as shown below and flip the latch to the position that it would be in if the gate was closed. Now the window will go up with the power switch. Once up, you can access the retainer clip shown in the middle picture below. Remove the wire connector retaining cap and wire connector. Replace the Bezel, gasket and lock cylinder. Reconnect wire connector and cap. Reinstall and be sure to put the assemble through the retainer clip. Pull the retainer clip to secure the assembly against the tailgate skin. The clip can be very difficult to install. It is a very tight spot to work and the clip has to catch the lock cylinder in the grooves to be secured.

 

 

(7A), (7B)

 

(7C)

 

(7D)

 

 (7) 64-67 Tailgate Crank Assembly and Parts

                     (video to remove and install lock)

                      YouTube link if that doesn't work

 

(7E). Crank handle only and rotating parts only, you have to reuse your base. The part shown is shown assembled but I do not have any 64-67 crank bases. $85 for handle only

 

 

(7F). Tailgate crank gasket, new      $20 (not available yet)

(7G). Tailgate power lock bezel gasket, new     fits 64-67 $20 

5C is a new and improved gasket. It incorporates the original gasket but with a lip around the outside that keeps the gasket from pulling under the crank like so many I have seen do. I made these and think you will be very pleased. As with most of the small rubber parts they are made by hand one at a time.

(5D. Crank Lock cylinder. 64-71 $69

(5E). Pawl. 64-71 $35

These were no longer available anywhere so I contracted these to be machined from stainless steel. I am sorry about the price but that is what it ended up being when each one is made by a machinist out of stainless steel.

(5E)

(5F). Spring 64-71 $4
(5G). E-Clip 64-71 $2
(5H). lock nuts (2) 64-71 $2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(7G)

 

(5D)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(8)  Tailgate Weather Shield 68-72 Single and Dual Action Tailgates $25each

    

      I am proud to be the first and only to offer these long sought after and desperately needed 1968 to 1972 Station Wagon tailgate weather shields. These will fit all gm A-body station wagons and probably B-body. Single and Dual action tailgates. I am the only supplier of this product. They are cleverly perforated where you would remove the material to fit a single action tailgate, otherwise it will fit right on to the dual action gates. The side that has a flat finish to it is the side that goes towards the tailgate. This "rough" side is so that the adhesive you use will stick to it.

 

(9)  Tailgate bottom edge weather strip

              68-72 A-body Dual action gates only  $60 each

 

These strips replace the old broken rubber coated steel strip that mounts along the bottom edge of the tailgate. It seal the gap between the tailgate and the bumper. It comes with the rivets, but you need to reuse your brackets.

 

Suggested Installation: Remove existing old material. Drill out or grind off the original rivets holding the brackets on to the strip. clean, paint or prepare the brackets as desired to reinstall to the new strip. locate the bracket mounting position and drill new holes. use the supplied rivets to attach your brackets to the new strip. then install back onto tailgate.

 

(10)  Tailgate Window Replacement Roller

     These are the same rivet style replacement rollers for the tailgate regulator.

              2 are used per regulator.         64-72 A-body  $19 each

 

Suggested Installation: Grind off back side of roller stem (the side facing up in the picture below). Use a punch and knock out the stem from the regulator arms. Insert the new roller. Support the roller rivet stem (the side facing down in the picture below). Be careful not to support it by the plastic. Use a hammer and smash the back side (the side facing up in the picture below), of the rivet until it is flared out only enough to secure the rivet roller stem. Do not over smash it. There is no need to. It should look like it did when you started when you are done. 

Ref: regulator

 

(11)  Tailgate Window Anti-Rattle Skid Spring Liner

              64-72 A-body and B-body  $4 each

 

You might as well replace this while you are tearing your tailgate apart. This is usually deteriorated and can cause vertical scratches in the tailgate window. It is there to prevent the window from rattling.

 

Suggested Installation: Remove existing old felt-like material and use a spray adhesive or glue to attach the new piece of liner.  The liner comes 2-5/8" x 4", wrap the excess material around the sides and clamp until adhesive dries.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                      

Quality used parts from my stash:             

If there are parts you need but don't see listed here, please email me, I don't list most of my used parts because it is too hard to keep up with on a web page.

Message to customers:

WE here at EINSTYN.com work hard to provide exceptional customer service and top of the line parts along with reasonable pricing.

Unfortunately, volatile and unprecedented raw material costs continue to increase and occur without any sign of reducing. Over the past two years we have held our prices firm, even though our costs have increased substantially. With major raw material costs on the rise, coupled with the high cost of energy and transportation, we had to make a tough decision to raise our pricing.

If you have visited this site before, you may notice these price increases.

Thank you for your valued business in the past years and we hope to continue to supply you with top of the line quality parts in the future so that we can keep our beloved wagons on the road.

EINSTYN’s sole purpose is to do whatever it takes to make parts available for you to restore your wagons and provide the option that keeps these amazing objects of American history from the crushers.

Sincerely,

EINSTYN Management

                                                                                                                                                                                     

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