Bill, I'm getting ready to do this job on my car, too. The rubber strips are
"glazing strips", and any good glass shop should be able to provide this
material and do the job for you. Moss Motors sells the strips (part number
680-207), but I can't vouch yet for whether they are the proper thickness and
quality. I will be buying my strips from Moss.
The plastic guides are unique to Healeys, though and your glass shop may not be
familiar with them. You should provide the new ones and show them where they
go unless the remains of yours are still there.
Havelock, NC USA
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> Hello list.? I hope someone here knows the answer to this one.? My door
>windows need to be taken apart (again) to have the plastic clips replaced.? i
>notice that there is some sort of a rubber strip between the window glass and
>the metal frame.? Can any glass shop take the frames?apart from the windows,
>install the plastic glides and reassemble them with the correct rubber
>material?? Any recommendations for either a shop in Massachusetts or the right
>material to use?
> Boston area
> 65 BJ8
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