"A" piller molding on some Jetfires

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    oaklyss
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    I can see in some photos, some Jetfires seem to have a stainless steel molding, or silver paint, covering the A pillar next to the windsheild, ending at the roof. Is this an option or what? Jim, your Tan car looks to have it also, in the above photo. What is that?

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    JimNoel
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    The “A” pillar is covered with a stainless steel molding when the vinyl top option was ordered on a Jetfire or Cutlass. It has the same appearance as the S.S. “A” pillar molding used on all convertibles but the attachment tabs are different. The two tone painted cars have the top color on the “A” pillar (usually white).

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