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'78 Pinto 2 Door Sedan
« on: June 21, 2019, 04:49:07 AM »
Hey everyone, need some help with the exterior back light trim.

How do I remove the trim that is installed in a slot in the rubber gasket without damaging the trim?

I'm doing a resto-mod on this car and this one issue has me stumped!

I cut the gasket w/trim installed and removed the glass and trim together. The old gasket has to be cut and chipped away due to it's age and brittleness.

Thanks........ .......Darrell
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