<VV> Rust (Windshield)

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Fri Jun 5 10:51:43 EDT 2020

I got a new screen rubber from Clarks for my '64 convertible. Their 
notes said fitting the screen plus trim was one of the hardest jobs they 
knew of. I glued the rubber to the screen with weatherstrip adhesive, 
and pulled the sides in (where it curves inwards) with ratchet straps. 
Left it overnight, then glued the trim in with the same adhesive. I had 
to cut a bit off the lower sides of the trim, where it is too wide for 
some reason to go fully home. Left it overnight again. Then popped the 
screen in with a piece of cord. Took five minutes.
Dead easy.

On 2020-06-05 13:28, Steven J. Serenska via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> All my soldiers got a big kick out of it and gathered to watch me 
>> install the windshield.  I got it in just in time to take the Corvair 
>> Monte Carlo for the Formula One race.
> Brian:
> That's a great story.
> Have you considered submitting it to the Communique?  I'm sure it
> would be well received.
> Thanks for sharing.
> Steven J. Serenska
> Bristol, Rhode Island
> 1965 Monza Convertible, 110/4
> 1966 Corsa Coupe, 140/4
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