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  1. I finally figured out how to remove the door panel. There was a small roll pin behind trim plate for the vent window. Pushed it out and used reverse opening pliers to remove the push button. The spring was fine. There's been quite a few hands on this car in the past. The previous mechanic wired the switches wrong. A little adjustment on the window track and it works great.
  2. Borg Warner R10 3 speed manual with overdrive transmission. This tranny is in perfect condition. Solenoid, kickdown switch, and governor all tested okay. This is a later version that requires a separate bell housing. Completely gone through and 100% operational. In East Tennessee, close to Knoxville. $1000.00/ offers.
  3. I'm trying to remove a pristine left door panel from a 1948 Lincoln Continental Convertible. I believe the spring to lower the window is broken. I've looked it over and can't figure out how to remove the vent window handle (clip under the handle?), the push button, and the arm rest. Any help would be appreciated.