Farly Mopars almost exclusively used a formed rubber gasket to seal in the front and rear glass. In 1970, Mopar musclecars with bond-in glass appeared with the debut of the E-Body platform. The following year, the redesigned B-Bodies got bonded-in glass, and this was to become the norm for autos manufactured to this day. While glass installation is catered to by the replacement industry, it isn't too difficult for the do-it-yourselfer to handle. We were freshening up our '71 Charger R/T, and one of the jobs on our list was to reinstall the rear glass. As is common with an older project car, there was more to the job than the slash-and-drop replacement, common to late-model commercial work. We were able to take our time to completely clean and refinish the rust-prone window channel, replace the damaged molding clips, and take care of the details in ways that aren't typically attended to in a standard on-the-clock replacement. Here's how it was done.