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Am getting the windshield replaced, it cracked from a stone impact.

I have rust around it, not horrible, a few spots I can probably poke an awl through, and i have a drip up at the top.

Windshield guy is going to come out and remove the old one, I'm armed with wire brushes, a stripper-wheel, short-strand fiberglass-filled resin (dyna-glass or equivalent) and rust converter which does not require priming.

Hopefully I can track down some matching body paint, no luck so far.

After I'm done, the WS guy will come and install the new windshield.
 

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We had a car once that leaked around the windshield, what a hassle. Every time it rained, water would drip down off the visors and into our laps, all over the dash, water getting behind gauge and speedometer bezels, etc. It was to the point where clear silicone caulk wouldn't even stop the water from coming in. The seat was wet nearly every time you got in the piece of crap car.

It was an Oldsmobile.
 

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Got the job done, will detail what I did/used if anyone wants, but doesn't seem to be a lot of call for it.
 
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