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'91 Convertible Windshield molding question..

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Old 05-10-2012, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default '91 Convertible Windshield molding question..

I hope this is an appropriate place for this thread. I have a driver's side exterior (vertical) windshield trim piece that keeps lifting @ the bottom. Do the convertibles utilize windshield clips similar to the coupe/hatchbacks or does this molding clip over the edge of the windshield?

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