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These were bundled with door sill plates and door panel chrome trim that was in the trunk when I purchased the car. I cannot figure out where they go. Think they're for the doors but no holes line up with them.

The 4 identical pieces are 30 1/4" long x 1 1/8", 3 screw holes in each, identical spacing. I'm not worried about the rusty piece.
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Any info is greatly appreciated!
 

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Thanks everyone. The chrome strips that go to the tops of the door panels have 4 screw holes that are beveled, somewhat orientates themselves when screwed in to the inner skin. These strips have 3 screw holes that are flat.
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Thought maybe they get glued to the bottom of the doors but they're too long, holes don't line up to the doors, and no glue residue.

Rocker moldings
not sure about the thin one
Thinking you may be right? Have you seen these before holding moldings? All I've ever seen are the spoon type that are individually placed.. There's rust like they've been in the elements and one has bondo on the end of it.

Believe rockers were replaced on this car and it does have the spoon type clips holding the moldings on.
 

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Yes, I have seen them before and they are a factory Item.
I like them better than the clips as they hold the molding nice and snug
where the bottom of the fender meets the rocker.
The fronts overlap onto the bottom of fender with one screw in the fender.
 

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Yes, I have seen them before and they are a factory Item.
I like them better than the clips as they hold the molding nice and snug
where the bottom of the fender meets the rocker.
The fronts overlap onto the bottom of fender with one screw in the fender.
Thank you for the information! These go back in the shed. 馃檪
 
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