Re: When it rains it drips..
"WindsorFox" <windsorfox@NOSPAM.cox.net> wrote in message
> Carl wrote:
>> I've actually got two questions
>> #1: On my 99 'vert, the driver's and passenger's side windows leak a
>> little where the upper gasket pieces meet on the convertable top. It gets
>> me right in the arm when driving and can be a little irritating. It seems
>> to be heavier when I'm going slow or stopped in traffic. Not really
>> present on the freeway. I can see where the gasket meets and that is
>> where the leak is coming from.
> Sorry I don't have any suggestions, but if you're going to have a
> drip, trust me it could be worse, just ask Dwight...
A reference to the Princessmobile?
That little '88 LX put me in an embarrassing situation. At highway speeds,
the rain would get in under the roof, travel across the top of the
windshield, and drip directly into my crotch. That's yet ANOTHER reason that
I always carry a few Bounty paper towels with me everywhere I go
("Hitchhiker's Guide", and all that, but a habit I picked up when my kids
were very young.)
My current '93 GT convertible hasn't dripped once, but I admit that I don't
drive it in the rain all that much. In fact, it's resting in the garage
right now, waiting for a nice sunny day with no snow melt.
Now, TFrog ('93 LX hatch) has some rotten weatherstripping, for sure. If I
take it through a car wash, when we get to the machines that spray the sides
of the car, I always get a mini-shower through the top of the driver's
But that's my fault. One day, I'll actually get around to having the
weatherstripping replaced on both doors and the hatch. It is, after all, 12