Winch, I have replaced the window in my 66 Pontiac Tempest and the Camaro looks the same (I haven't had to take any of my tops apart yet). The window is a separate section that is attached to the the rear most bow and the tack strip under the pinchweld molding. This is from memory, so bear with me...
1. with top up, put a 2X4 on edge between top and windshield header.
2. with rear seat pulled, remove well liner to remove bolted on tack strips.
3. Each section of the top (well liner, window and top) is stapled to the tack strips. you have to take the staples out. If you can, do not take the staples out that hold the top on! That way you don't have to restrech the top again. If they are all stapled together, keep the top in the same place and put some staples in as you remove the other staples to preserve top alignment.
4. once you've separated the window from the tack strips, take the little chrome tips off the last bow. Then you can open up the bow cover strip on top of the top and expose the staples (or maybe screws) there. Take those out.
5. if the staples hold all the layers then just slide the window out. otherwise, take the staples out of each layer (window layer is the last one.
6. putting the window in is the reverse, except you have to make sure the window is aligned (can't see any fabric in the window hole) before you staple it and you have to tighten the top with the tack strips bolt on to make sure there are no wrinkles.
7. Have a few beers!
I have the Fisher body manual, that has a chapter about the tops and aligning. I can send you some faxes. I only can read me email at night after the kids are asleep, so it may take a day or so to respond. Kevin
69' SS-350 ragtop, M20, 3.55 posi. Totally Disassembled & in boxes (I'm working on it!)
69'(Hugger Orange -originally, Burgundy now) Z-21 ragtop 327/PG, Driver