Sorry, but like I said, glueing in replacement weatherstripping, either the generic kind or what you get from a different junkyard car is not going to look pretty when you open the doors or trunk. It is just meant as a jury-rig fix when you can no longer get the factory weatherstripping or a junkyard match. Like I wrote in the post on the other thread, you've also got to use the black 3M or Permatex regular or "super" (stronger) weatherstripp adhesive. They also have yellow for some reason which looks bad.
I don't know about the other issue since I've got a 1st Gen, but they also had a weird problem with the door weatherstripping being too short, and there was a TSB about putting in some sort of a clip to stretch it. I just wound up cutting it and putting in a splice piece of the generic weatherstripping. Again, it aint gonna look pretty, and I'm obsessive about stuff too. But no one's gonna see it with the door and trunk closed, and you've got to keep out the rain.
I feel for you though outside the US, because the only place I've been able to get NOS Mopar parts at a reasonable price is off US ebay, and some of them don't ship international. The remaining online Mopar parts stores here are usually very expensive for the stuff they still have in stock for LH cars except for small hardware parts. You can still get aftermarket mechanical/electrical parts from the auto parts stores, but for body parts the few remaining cars in junkyards here are the best source. The older a car gets, the more jury-rigged stuff you have to do, unless it is a classic car where most body parts are still made by the aftermarket.
Makes me wonder if there's other car out there that has weatherstripping that would fit ours. I hope one day there will be an aftermarket brand that will make weatherstripping for our cars ...or at least someone will figure out which car has the exact match weatherstripping to fit our cars. I keep looking at 2010+ BMW 5 series....for some reason the seals on them look like they would fit ...I'm really close to vandalize one lol
As for Mopar OEM parts ...man I found an old dude who had a Chrysler dealership here back in early 2000 and he still had original OEM parts....I bought them all. I have a stack of original Mopar oil filters (impossible to find here and they look different from the ones on Rockauto) ,heck even original windshield wipers .I got so much crap from him I have like a box full with Voyager parts and I don't have a Voyager lol. I like to hoard american stuff I guess.