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Have to take out windshield to get cowl off?????

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I'm in the process of repairing the cowl on the Mach, and well, I'm stuck.....I have all the spot welds out on the front, and the two sides, but I can't figure out how to get the part that goes up against the windshield off.....there aren't any spotwelds I can see, and it bends down, and under the windshield. If I have to get the windshield out, is this a difficult task, and how would I go about this? TIA.
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On my 66 I took the windshield out and found lots of spot welds that are hidden by the WS. It wasn't that bad of a job, just took alot of time and a ton of patience!!
Good luck
On a '66 you need to remove the moulding and cut the rubber seal along side of the glass. Take your time and use a sharp box cutter.
Thanks for the replies guys. I guess tomorrow I'll be taking the Mach's windshield out. /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif Wish me luck!
remember that your car uses a glue-in windshield, and a seal cutter will be required to cut it out (piano wire between two dowels) get some help so you don't crack it!

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