Alright. After a telling a buddy at work about not being able to remove this trim, he and I looked more closely. The trunk hing covers have (2) 1/4" sheet metal screws holding them in place. The back trim has studs ( about 6) in it with 11/32" nuts on the bottom side, covered with, what I call pipe dope or plumbers putty, and a layer of duct tape to protect the vinyl top. The side trim has the same studs and protectant, but the second one from the back is in the side and is very difficult to get to ( I think the trim went on before the top). One of the studs on each side is in the quarter window compartment, and you can reach it with a small socket and turn a little at a time if you have the patience, otherwise, take the whole panel apart. (3) of my studs were broke on my side trim panels, they broke as I was loosening the nuts, one was the side studs, I saved the other stud because I want my convertible boot to work right! I have some good glue here at work.
Hope this helps anyone in the future.
1991 LX 5.0 Convertible AOD -
Twilight Blue Metallic- 129K miles, Flowtech Headers, Flowmasters, 3:73s, Vinyl racing stripes.
Looking to trade for a blue hatchback.
Last edited by eagleart; 11-10-2008 at 12:19 PM.