Dm us the measurements..may have one
I wonder what the reasoning is behind the "absolutely not". Is it because they think the trim helps hold the glass in by providing a sort of frame to keep the rubber from squishing? Any first-hand examples of Berlina or Super windshields popping out because the trim wasn't installed? If it were me and I wasn't having any success sourcing the trim, I'd sure give it a try. Especially if it means the difference between driving and not driving my car. I would agree that it's probably not possible to install the trim after the gasket has been installed on the car but you can always buy another gasket for $100 when you finally do source the trim. I've seen pictures of cars missing the trim and while it doesn't look exactly right, you sure don't notice it behind the wheel, which is where most of the fun of owning a Berlina is (IMHO).I've heard others say to absolutely not install and drive without the trim. Thoughts?