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General Discussion / Re: New Glass
« on: October 31, 2010, 06:17:04 PM »

General Discussion / Re: New Glass
« on: October 31, 2010, 06:16:31 PM »

General Discussion / New Glass
« on: October 31, 2010, 06:02:56 PM »
Pic's of RonM's 68 Camaro

Restoration / Re: 69 windshield
« on: October 15, 2007, 12:23:29 AM »
There should be a DOT number on the glass.  DOT XXXX. The decal that came on the glass  Should have a part #(DW688) coupe (DW689) convert.  DOT # will be where the logo is( bottom corner)

General Discussion / Re: Found Camaros, Not For Sale...
« on: May 03, 2007, 10:52:57 PM »
OK Here Go's These are all within a 45 min. drive from my house. 3- 69 z28's ( 1 burgundy maroon/black standard /front bumber guard's /console delete/flat hood/ # match front to back  w/ orig. smog part's in box/ m21 /4:10 solid floor's but need's qtr's etc. parked since1974 ) 2 ( garnet red /Ralleysport z28 /endura bumber /flat hood/ black standard/ u17 /m21/ 3:73 original sheet metal is perfect I have # match short block offered to owner not interested has 327 w/z28 top head's etc.) 3 (fathom green parked in 1971 in a garage motor exploded /trans has been Pro Shifted/ rear is still there 3:73 or 4:10 not sure/ trunk pan removed for tub's /project never completed/body is perfect still has original paint/ owner claim's he will race the car again some day) 68 yenko  yes that's right a real YENKO Was original green car /sold at Stauffer Chevy vin is in yenko vin list 4 speed/ small block/ big block has blown up long gone/ has fiberglass wheel well flair's owner will not sell) 68 Baldwine Motion body is perfect /has original paint/ has original paper's/ green/ black top / white strip motor and 4 speed sold in late 70's has 427 richmond 5 speed keeping it for his grandson not for sale 4 69 pace car's (two my friend own's one is a real big block/ 4 speed / 3:73  other is small block /auto /3:31/ no gauges  3 rd  small block /auto/ 3:31/no guages is A title car parent's bought it new won't sell sitting in back yard becoming part of the earth again) 4th (sit's in a show room of a car dealer/ theft recovery from the early 70's /one repaint/ small block/ auto/ 3:31/ no guages/ not for sale

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 23, 2007, 11:19:23 AM »
got it. talk to you when you call thanks         
  - jeff

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 22, 2007, 03:24:33 AM »
the dam set's the height. the spacer blocks  john z is talking about might be from years ago when most glass shop's  used ESSEX U400 Urethane this was real runny almost like silicone and you woulkd use the blocks to hold the glass at the corrrect height. As for installing the dam I will mark the outside of the glass with whitness mark's or 3/4 masking tape after it is dry fit and square to the car. You want the dam about 1/4 inch in from the edge of the glass. bye applying the tape you get a nice straight line to work with when you install the dam on the inside of the glass. once the dam is installed reinstall glass dry and set the stop's at the bottom of the glass mark them with tape or a sharpie marker and your ready for the adhesive.

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 21, 2007, 12:33:14 AM »
You will get 2 Tube's of ADDCO Titan Urethane Adhesive (this is a non conductive /high modulus urethane ) 1 Bottle of pinch weld primer 2 roll's of closed cell foam dam  enough for front and back glass and detailed instructions i'll pre cut 2 tip's to the correct size and supply you with some extras if needed. If $100.00 w /shipping included is fair let me know. Need about a week's leed time on a kit. I'll try to get some close up pic's of the dam this weekend. the car in the pic's is my friend Angelo Rudlophi's 67 it's a base model 327/4 speed car that's getting a 468 big block 4 speed 12 bolt swap the hood is an original Baldwin Motion off a 68 Motion that a guy on his street owned back in the 70's He has the  motion wheel's also  thank's

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 13, 2007, 02:57:43 AM »
hope the pic's are  ok. ( my buddy had to talk me thru the photo bucket deal on the phone) the glass in ang's camaro was done by the book . "V" notch bead 1/4 inch wide 3/16 tall. also note that on original cars that i've seen you will see a hint of the dam all the way around the glass. molding's are tight to the glass. no squeeze out on the inside. took about 3 hr's for both front and back

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 13, 2007, 02:21:08 AM »

General Discussion / Re: installing windshields
« on: April 12, 2007, 01:49:21 AM »
 Hey, folk's just joined CRG's forum I own a small auto glass shop in N.E. PA.  called First Class Auto Glass Inc. I have a dam that is 95% correct for all GM after they changed from rubber gasket set to "adhesive caulked glass" check your 69 Service manual. the only thing that is diffrent is that the factory's had a flap on one side of the dam that got embedded is the adhesive mine dosn't have the flap but since you can't see it unless the glass is removed it look's perfect, has the cloth type tape as well  i'm not too good with computers but I'll try and post some pic's of car's that I've done with it. and could offer my service's or set you up with a kit to do both front and rear glass.  give me a call or send me a e mail 570 344 8798 It will transfer to my cell if not at the shop

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