I've hit another snag while working on this 1965 Ford Country Sedan. As usual, parts it needs aren't available. The main piece is the rear window seal at the beltline of the tailgate. It is what keeps water out of the tailgate to prevent it from rusting out. Since I am installing a new old stock tailgate, this is very important. The seal fits across the top like this. It appears to be made of a piece of rubber which has a slightly tapered and rounded edge where it fits against the window glass. It is lightly ribbed underneath. Then a stiffer piece of rubber is glued to it at an angle. I'm hoping that maybe the Falcon wagons used this same piece, though in a shorter length. I fear that I'm the first person to ever restore one of these wagons, and likely no one before me has found a solution.