So I've installed the rear windshield with new rubber and then reinstalled the anodized moldings back around the rear window with new clips. Everything looks great except the ridiculous gap in the bottom left (driver's side) corner between the molding and the body. I remember when I tore the car apart that corner having a lot of caulking or whatever in it but didn't think anything of it. Now that the car has been painted and body work is done, it's too little too late for any major body shop remedies to this issue. A few people I've consulted have told me that this was a norm and a lot of cars were like this factory and "they were never right." This makes me feel a little better but what can I do about that gap? It will obviously be the first spot to collect water from washing and possibly rust. Also it's an eye sore as it's about 1/8inch gap between the painted body and the molding. What should I fill it with and how can I avoid the eye sore being a black filler or any color as the car is grabber blue and the molding is shiny. I thought clear silicone caulking but I was told it's acidic and is a no go. Thanks again for the help as I've heavily and successfully relied on your opinions.