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Old 01-16-2012, 06:00 AM
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Default Removing Glass

After this summer, I am planning to paint Ruth, and did not first plan to take out the glass. First reason is that I am scared to break them, but I have also heard / read, that the rubber seals around the rear glass is not avalibe anywhere. Anyone who knows if they are, and where?
Anyone who have done the operation who have some pics?

Edit : Found this now from Kanter:

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Windshield and Rear Window 1958 - 1958 Ford Thunderbird (63A) 2 Door Hardtop



Anyone who have another idea or experiance of this?
..."Lil darling Ruth"

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Old 01-16-2012, 06:47 AM
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Old 01-16-2012, 08:37 AM
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The seal for the rear glass on your hardtop is made by Dennis Carpenter and they are available thru him for 92.50. I have one in stock if that helps.
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class I had was removed long ago. Mike
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That's funny, Mike, but you do have a lot of "class" left! Anders, it looks like Carl has the part you need!

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Old 01-16-2012, 11:15 AM
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class, glass? Hey....Canīt edit the header.....
Anyway, I need all stuff that is required for changing booth front & rear, so I donīt end up missing anything. If Carl have it, Iīm happy to buy it from him. Carl?
The stuff from Kanter, seems to be for booth: " Windshield and Rear Window 1958 - 1958 Ford Thunderbird (63A) 2 Door Hardtop"
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