Cutting, shaping, and installing widow glazing.
In part one of installing window glass, some of the brass sills were filed away so that I could model some of the windows open. Now that the car is detailed and painted, the "glass" can be installed.
Then I scribed in the location of the openings in the styrene (bottom), checked it against the model, and then cut out the openings (top).
A reader of this blog suggested using Micro Kristal Klear for gluing in the windows. Its a water soluble product, so it doesn't craze (fog) the plastic the way petroleum based glue would. I found this to be really easy to use.