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Username Post: 1970 ELCO one piece door windows        (Topic#345556)
Nailheadv8 
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06-20-17 07:23 PM - Post#2696835    

Any opinions on this modification?
My wing windows are trashed, and I like the idea of one piece windows. There is a kit to do this.
My Elco has a working A/C, and heater if this is makes a difference.
Thanks.



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wagonman100 
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07-07-17 06:28 PM - Post#2699153    
    In response to Nailheadv8

For the most part I like the one piece window conversions. The one exception is the '55-'57 Nomad. For some reason I just don't like it on those.

Jay
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Nailheadv8 
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09-16-18 12:52 AM - Post#2746290    
    In response to wagonman100

Thank You for sending your opinion.
I am leaning toward one piece glass,
sport mirrors ( moved forward ).
Happy miles!



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