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(1959) Windshield Moulding

Tom Bryant

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I have a small dent in the lower windshield moulding on the '59. It will require the moulding to be removed to repair. I don't have any need to remove the windshield assembly from the car or disassemble it. Does anyone know how to remove the moulding without damaging it.
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David Hyman

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Lower Windshield Molding

Tom

You will have to remove the windshield to get to the lower molding, unless I'm missing something.

GoodLuck
 
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Tom Bryant

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oh no!

I didn't want to hear that , David. I guess it wouldn't hurt to replace the seal under the windshield anyway. I might even replace the dash pad while I'm in there.

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David Hyman

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Dash Pad

Tom

Let me know if you would like to see the Al Knoch Dash Pad Instilation Video.
 
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ssvett

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Tom, David is right. I'm in the middle of that now.................I'd like yo see that movie:)...........Steve
 
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Tom Bryant

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windshield removal

Thanks David, It will be a while before I'm ready but I'll take you up on the Al Knock vidio then.

Tom
 

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