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    How To: Delorean Windscreen Replacement

    Just put together a short video on replacing the windscreen on a Delorean ..


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    Seats?

    Great video. Thanks.

    Off topic question but I love those seats! What year, make and model car did they come out of?

    They look similar to VW Recardo seats.
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    Delorean Windscreen Replacrment.

    Mid 90's Alfa Romeo GTV



    Quote Originally Posted by Ras12 View Post
    Great video. Thanks.

    Off topic question but I love those seats! What year, make and model car did they come out of?

    They look similar to VW Recardo seats.

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    Question Prepping the glass

    What's he prepping the glas with? What's the black substance that he is applying with a brush?
    Please excuse the crudity of this DeLorean as I didn't have time to repair it yet.
    VIN 10207 - December '81, Gray Interior, 3-speed automatic, stock PRV engine.

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    Only a guess here.

    It's probably this or something a lot like it.

    The link takes you to 3M's UK site. Equivalent primers are sourced worldwide by 3M and others. It's a commercial product.

    You can PM Lough Shore Man directly with your question in case you want more than this guess. Or just have a local glass replacement pro give you the advice or do the job for you.
    March '81, 5-speed, black interior

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    Yes probably this. https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/p/d/b40065466/

    Careful with it. I didn't know how much would be visible. I'm having a hell of a time removing it (removing it is an ongoing project for 6 months now, whenever I have a few moments!)

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