My 65 has the same style drip moldings and they aren't all that difficult to remove. I took the weatherstrip channel off first and then the A-pillar trim. Once all of that is removed, I took a large flat screw driver and started at the front leading edge in the jamb area - underneath the molding where you don't really see it once everything is installed. I started to pry it off very slowly, using almost no force. Once you get the underside front corner to release, take both hands using only your finger tips to pull the molding out and up toward the roof of the car. The key is to just take your time, and don't try to rush. It probably took me about 10 minutes each side for removal, and did absolutely no damage. When you put them back on, start at the rear hooking the drip molding over top of the rail and press them around the face so the under side re-clamps itself on at the inner lip where you pried the front. It's honestly really easy to do - shut the cell phone off and lock the wife and kids out of the garage while you do this and you'll be fine! Good luck!