Rear window weatherstripping installation
I have a 69 coupe and I'm installing a new weatherstrip on the removable rear window. The strip has been too difficult to dry fit but I think it will work.
Does anyone have suggestions on how to hold the strip in place while the glue dries?
1st welcome to CAC!!!!
2nd I'm not very knowledgeable about the early C-3's
so I leave it those who know better that I
Bill and Gail...save the wave
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1981 St.Louis car #2735
all matching numbers
born Sept 18,1980
You would be Hungry,Homeless and Naked!!!!!!
You may find the weatherstripping easier to work with if you lay it out in the sun and let it warm up. Absent the sun, a heat gun can be used instead. As Mike suggested, use masking tape to hold in place.
I used to be with it, then they changed what it
was. Now what I'm with, isn't it and what's it seems weird.
NCRS Member 1071
A word to the wise.
Make sure it is a good quality weather strip.
AND LEAVE IT TO AN EXPERT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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