1936 Auburn Windshield Frame Holes

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16 Jan 2020 23:22 #39297 by Sheldon
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Happy New Year - we are working on Dad's 1936 Auburn Cabriolet & about to send the windshield frame out for chrome - there are 4 holes on each side (approx. 0.140" dia) - they are symetrical on driver & passenger sides - 7 of the holes are blind & the 8th is drilled through into the glass channel - are these holes factory & if so what are they for? Thanks!!! Sheldon 519-240-6102
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17 Jan 2020 13:34 #39303 by yorkgulch
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Those holes are for screws to attach stainless channel with a fuzzy weather strip in the channel.

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18 Jan 2020 18:25 #39314 by johnmereness
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I do not have a directory handy, but Paul reproduces the windshield trim strips to hold the fuzzy - he had them at his booth at Auburn Swap Meet this past year. Also, you are going to want to drill out any broken screws PRIOR to plating.

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