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Super Dave

Convertible rear window

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I need a glass window with metal frame aprox dimensions 26-27 inches wide 6-10 inches high. Replaceing my top is on hold until I find one. I know new ones are available but the prices are (IMHO) outrageous. :) I have a very nice one for a Model A or B Ford (?) to trade (It's too narrow for my car) aprox. 16 1/2" X 7".

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I bought a nice New or old reproduction one off ebay last year for around 50-75.00 Really nice chrome. I still see them on there occassionally. Try just "vintage convertible window frame" or "Vintage Roadster window frame" under ebay parts and accessories and see what you get. Check under completed listings as well. If it didn't sell see if the seller is still looking to sell it. I think that's how mine was listed.

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I have one in a box that was bought for a 1933 Chrysler, but was never used. I'll measure it and post some photos.

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I need a glass window with metal frame aprox dimensions 26-27 inches wide 6-10 inches high. Replaceing my top is on hold until I find one. I know new ones are available but the prices are (IMHO) outrageous. :) I have a very nice one for a Model A or B Ford (?) to trade (It's too narrow for my car) aprox. 16 1/2" X 7".

here is the one I have on the car now. Mint condition chrome

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Hi,

I have a frame for sale.

Glass area 7 3/4" X 27 1/2". frame 13/16" wide. Crack across one end. Aluminum or pot metal construction.

Glass is cracked. Make offer.

Can deliver to Hershey Space C2I-44 after Tuesday afternoon.

Bill B.

(585) 394-6172

gnbboudway@msn.com

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I have one in a box that was bought for a 1933 Chrysler, but was never used. I'll measure it and post some photos.

Steve,

Measurements or picture? I'm still looking.. Thanks

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