Windshield

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Covers
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Years Owned: 19922 Toronado Trofeo

Windshield

Postby Covers » Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:52 am

Hello, I'm just new and live in the Netherlands and own a 1992 Toronado Trofeo with a heated windshield. Now there is a damaged area in the windshield and I wonder if there is somebody who can tell me where to purchase a new heated windshield. Was the Toronado the only model from GM that year with a heated windshield?

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roland
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Years Owned: 1970 Ford LTD Country Squire
1988 Oldsmobile Trofeo
1989 Oldsmobile Toronado
1991 Oldsmobile Trofeo
1987 Fleetwood Pace Arrow
Location: bavaria / germany

Re: Windshield

Postby roland » Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:00 am

Hello covers,

My 88 trofeo and 89 toronado has the heated windshield option too.
I live in south of germany. If you has interest we can get in contact...

Roland
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Hoog
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Re: Windshield

Postby Hoog » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:24 am

I don't have a line on a new windshield (heated), but I am in the same boat ... I need to replace my 1992 windshield. The auto-glass person came this morning, but the windshield reveal trim was not correct. Does anyone know where it might be acquired?

torotoro92
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Years Owned: 1992 Toronado

Re: Windshield

Postby torotoro92 » Mon Aug 11, 2014 6:51 am

Hi there,

Did you ever find the correct window trim for your 92?

I have a crack in the windshield and need to replace it.

How will I know if the weather stripping they use to replace it is correct?

Hoog
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Re: Windshield

Postby Hoog » Mon Mar 23, 2020 5:22 pm

I know this post is WAY old, but in the end, the guy who replaced my windshield used a rubber seal. The old aluminum cover was beyond repair. In any event, it worked well.


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