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Old 05-24-2008, 11:05 PM
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Is there a trick to this?

I am restoring a 66 GTO. I am trying to remove the quarter window and the regulator. I am having trouble getting the window out. It appears that the front channel guide cannot be removed making it difficult to take the window out. Is there a resource I could consult on this?

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it should be held in place with a couple of small bolts(3/8) i think at the bottom of the roller window track
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If it is anything like my '62 Impala it all comes out together. the long track and quarter glass. I know I had a bear of a time getting mine out but then I found the sweet spot that would le the glass go out and the channel in slightly. If I remember it has to tip forward, them towards the outside a hair, up then out a little more.
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