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Old 04-12-2008, 12:05 AM
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1937 chevy interior trim removal

Hello Everyone I am having a problem removing the 1/4 window interior trim on my 1937 chevy 2dr sedan. There is no visable fasteners and I can't find a way to release them any help would be appreciated

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Hello Everyone I am having a problem removing the 1/4 window interior trim on my 1937 chevy 2dr sedan. There is no visable fasteners and I can't find a way to release them any help would be appreciated
Ok, I think I uploaded a picture of my 39 Pontiac quarter window exposed...maybe this can help? My window "trim" could be the metal frame surrounding the quarter window. The trim is screwed on, so I doubt this would give you a problem. If you mean "Trim" is the wind/weather stuff around the same area, abuts the doors and goes along the top of the windows and all over the place (see some hanging and staples holding it). That stuff is tacked in with nails, staples, screws, what ever! Hope this helps...fun aint it? I have lots of antique dust in the nose doing mine! ;-)

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Old 05-13-2008, 02:40 PM
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If you mean "Trim" is the wind/weather stuff around the same area, abuts the doors and goes along the top of the windows and all over the place (see some hanging and staples holding it). That stuff is tacked in with nails, staples, screws, what ever!
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That stuff is called Windlace, and would only be tacked or stapled around the door opening, not around the rear quarter window. If you grab ahold of the metal trim, does it move at all? Is it possible it has come clips either behind it or as an integral part of the metal trim piece to hold it in place?

Do these windows open, or are they supposed to open? The reason I'm asking is HERE
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