Vehicle window structure

Static structures (e.g. – buildings) – Window or window sash – sill – mullion – or glazing – Panel or panel edging – directly clamped or adhered to wall

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52397, 52400, 52745, 29526R, 277184, 296 84D, E06B 300

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046400664

ABSTRACT:
This invention relates to a vehicle window structure. The vehicle window structure includes a window glass, a body member, a window molding, a retainer for the window molding and a seal member between the window glass and body member. The window molding is in contact with the window glass and the body member. The window molding is fixed on the retainer which supports the seal member. Accordingly, the window molding, retainer and seal member are united to form a sealing assembly which is secured to the window glass before the window glass is fixed on the vehicle body. Further, the retainer has an engagement portion which can engage with the body member. Thus, the window glass and its sealing assembly can be attached to the body member in a simple one-step operation.

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patent: 4165083 (1979-08-01), Dochnahl

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