As long as the "noise test' on the open road with the windows up is bearable....should be fine.However there will never be a water test, lol...
Well, that is it for today...Glass is all in and adjusted properly. Trim is all installed....
Sir Eagle Eye.....No, it is not rust it is red paint left over from 69...Both of them had it on one side....After tackling the right side, the left side must have been a piece of cake & I'm sure you got all that done by 11:00. That's good, you deserve to have the afternoon off.
Is that rust I see on the square vent window frame nut? If so, that's not like you!
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RogerAs long as the "noise test' on the open road with the windows up is bearable....should be fine.
Just finished catching up on a few pages here. Excellent work and great progress Justin. I only wish this thread had been around some 18 years ago when I was doing much the same thing. Sure would have saved a few hours for me.
The main pitfalls for windows are this: People tear the car down years ago. At that time they only marked parts as Passenger or driver side. Tagged and bagged and now it is back from paint prison...Crap the owners manual only says so much and thankfully there are some pics on the web...Assembling it is one thing but adjustments or knowing what to adjust are a whole different story....Great work Justin! It must be a good feeling to have all of the window stuff in and adjusted properly. I am dreading the job of getting the glass in and adjusted on the Charger. Every post I see on forums shows some sort of complication due to adjustment or weather stripping. Having never done it before, it should be a treat!