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1964 GTO windshields metal trim.

Old 06-11-2007, 12:57 AM
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Default 1964 GTO windshields metal trim.

I am new to this site. Can anyone tell me how to remove the metal trim around the front and rear windows of my 1964 GTO? I must re-seal the windows and do not want to crack them. I do EVERYTHING myself!!
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Old 04-24-2015, 01:49 AM
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Thay make a tool just for that, You can get one at a auto parts or Paint place Thay are around $10. Be slow and eazy with them.
Old 12-18-2017, 04:53 AM
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The tool that cuz68 refers to is a simple hook shaped tool widely available. Using it one has to be very careful. You should insert the tool under the trim molding & very slowly turn the tool to release the clip towards the glass. It doesn't take much movement either, maybe just 1/8" or so to release the clip. What makes it a bit tricky for a novice is if you twist the tool too much the hook end can chip & ruin a perfectly good windshield. Same goes for the backglass except there if the glass is chipped it will self destruct into a thousand pieces.
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