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Hi folks,
I have a leaky windshield on my 1967 Fairlane... I am having a hard time finding a seal to replace it... is there something that I am missing here? I've tried Mac's and Dearborn to no avail...
 

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It's glued in. Take it to a glass shop or have a mobile service fix it
 

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You are correct there is a seal/gasket,and they can be hard to find.I have my windshield out now and can post a picture of how the seal fits if that helps.
 

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Ihad a leak at the top of mine. Took off the molding (not too easy) and stuffed some sealer in there and it's been dry inside for years.
 

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You are correct there is a seal/gasket,and they can be hard to find.I have my windshield out now and can post a picture of how the seal fits if that helps.
that would be a great help and WHERE o WHERE did you find the seal?
 

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I will try to post some pictures tomorrow. The original I have seems to be reusable I hope. I am lucky enough to have a couple parts car I can use for another one if it's not. I knew before I took the windshield out that they are tuff to find so I was very careful.Maybe these guys can help you out with a used one if you don't have one.

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I just pulled my windshield out and had something like 3M winshield ribbon sealer on it, no rubber seal. My other 66 was the same way.
 

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FE is right, I've never had one out but I know lots of people who have and the '66 and '67 definitley do not have a seal, it's gooped in place only.
 
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