nope. as you said...'suck it up' and buy the correct tool. it is not very costly and use of the incorrect tools will cause damage.So i am going to replace my Windshield and rear glass Gasket on a 1965 mustang Fastback.
I have seen all the videos and read the tips so i already have my plans laid out for the actual undertaking of this project. What i am curious about is the tool to remove the trim without damaging it.
I really dont want to buy this tool, as it would only be used once and then....
Any reccomendations other than "Suck it up".