Originally Posted by ruby
I appreciate any and all help you guys can give me. Are the screws that hold the upper wood trim in place easy accesible?
first you need to remove the front of the box that the wires and cables from the port engine run up to the hardtop in the left rear corner of the salon then once you remove the panels where the track lights are mounted under the valance you ( look up between the windows and the valance) you will see the screws that hold the valance in remove them and move valance out of way then you should see the screws that hold that trim in place it runs the full length of windows in one piece and and is difficult to get loose it is heavy and you will probably need help to remove if that piece has not been removed before it is really stuck to the cabin side it fits really tight if all your windows are broke not a problem but if you are trying to save one or two panels get help and try to work free very slowly or you will break the other windows as it seems old safety glass gets brittle with age then the windows just tilt in at the top and lift out hopes this helps it has been a few years but that is how I remember it as I said earlier I would consider cutting
the aft window smaller have some trim pieces made and stack all windows to outside and seal them up less problems later if you do decide let me know and will give you some pointers