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its called tack strip and the original was a type of rope affair and if you are replacing it you are better off cutting strips of plywood or buying this https://www.classicchevy.com/chevy-h...1956-1957.html
which is a type of plastic rubber and its what I use 1/2" x 3/8" email them for part number 64-56239 to buy per foot
What is the strips made of that are stapled to the edge of the headling that is then hooked it to the body spikes to hold it there ,there about 3/4" wide it's on a 60s Monterrey .cheers
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