Every classic car has parts that wear out over time, but some tend to need replacement sooner than others. Soft items like bushings, hoses, and weatherstrip are often the first to go, especially when they're exposed to heat, moisture, and harsh sunlight for decades. Window felts are another such item. When they deteriorate, moisture and dirt can enter the door, and the glass may rattle loudly. Thankfully, it's possible to replace your car's old window felts in your own garage. Today, we'll take a look at how to replace window felts on the second-generation 1970-81 Camaro and Firebird/Trans Am.
The 1981 Camaro Z28 photo above is courtesy of Mecum Auctions.