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    Seam Sealer

    Soldering, fiberglass, and body fillers all have their uses, but for some spots nothing is better than non-drying, flexible body seam sealer. Doing a serious concourse quality restoration? You are going to need seam sealer, because the OEM factories used it all over most classic cars in places no one was likely to look. But car show judges will look, and they'll know what should be there and what color it should be. Luckily Eastwood carries body seam sealers in several colors, and in all manner of application. You can brush it on, use caulk gun application tubes, or even long skinny strips for filling in gaps and crevices between panels. Order our complete seam sealer kit and get to work the minute the package arrives at your door.

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    26:1 trigger ratio makes application more accurate, comfortable
    Only $19.99
    Includes gray, black and tan seam sealers, strip caulk and 5 brushes
    Only $64.99
    2-component urethane adhesive for plastics; includes caulking gun
    Only $34.99
    2-component, self-leveling seam sealer includes caulking gun
    Only $44.99
    2-component, self-leveling seam sealer leaves a factory-like finish
    Only $29.99
    2-component urethane adhesive for repairing rigid and flexible plastics
    Only $19.99
    Stop rust in its tracks, then seal cracks, crevices and body seams
    Only $54.99
    Seals cracks, crevices and body seams, plus waterproofs and insulates

    Starting at: $14.99

    Seal-out moisture, debris from irregular areas; non-hardening, paintable
    Only $15.99
    Seals cracks, crevices and body seams, plus waterproofs and insulates
    Only $32.99
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