• 55:14

    Installing A Glue-In Windshield

    By the late 1960s, most passenger cars were using glue-in windshields. They provided better seals, additional structural rigidity and increased speed of installation over their rubber mounted predecessors. But unfortunately many auto restorers are uncomfortable removing and installing an auto windshield, but that reluctance is often nothing more than being unfamiliar with the process. The…

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  • 18:15

    Removing a Glue-In Windshield

    Early automobiles and trucks often had windshield glass mounted in frames and secured to the car, but by the 1930s most cars began to have the windshield mounted in a rubber gasket and secured in place by the interior trim panels. As car designs evolved, the introduction of the glue-in windshield became common practice by…

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  • The Right Tools to Remove Windshield Trim

    We are all prone to taking shortcuts from time to time, whether it’s a quicker way to drive or simply get things done. But when it comes time to restore a classic car, some shortcuts can cost you time and money in the long run. Most frequently, the items on cars that get the shortcut…

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