In the second phase of the cleanout process, Craig and Aaron Hopkins remove the windshield from a 1967 Chevy Chevelle. They teach you how to properly disengage the trim clips so as not to destroy the molding, and they use a reversible, double-bladed glass removal tool to slowly and carefully pry the windshield out of place. You may or may not crack the windshield, depending on the condition of the glass and the molding.
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New windlace installation is an important first step in reupholstering your classic car. Mark Simpson explains the importance of having good windlace and shows us the materials and supplies you’ll need to accomplish this job. Then classic car upholsterer Gary Simpson takes us step-by-step through the process of installation. Including, how to deal with uniqueWatch Now >>
Brent Ackley suggests using a windshield removal tool for windshield molding clips if your project includes removing molding that you intend to keep. He demonstrates how the tool is used. It’s quick and easy and there is no damage to the molding using this tool.Watch Now >>
To conclude the repairs made on Brent Ackley’s 1966 Buick Skylark, he and George Vondriska need to make a final inspection. They briefly cover everything under the hood from the direction of the gas filter to the transparency of the air cleaner to proper heater and radiator hoses. They’ll help you make sure the general conditionWatch Now >>