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Worse job I can think of.
I think certain '70's had vents, convertible's and four door sedan's for sure. Were there two door 1970 fury post's? Any fuselage post coupes? I see Plymouth being the only possibility, and can't even really see that. Anyhow, if your parts car has the same style window's as your car, vents-vs-non vents, you should surely be good. Odd about the mis matched tinting.
tinted windows were left overs from my 71...put new windows in the 71 and these were left over....was hopein to save coin by using them but they've got to many scratchs...looks like itll be new windows if the windows in my parts car are to far gone...previous owner made a mess of things with only 2 side windows comeing with car...were other windows that came with car but those are from another make...…
also lookin for a good working 2 speed wiper motor if anyone has one kicking about...
Can you catch yer nail on the scratches, D?
You might be on to something there Mario you can have a glass shop polish the scratched out sometimes....
D may be able to polish it out hisself. Many a video on how to...
Didn't @HWYCRZR do that to his windows?
I went big. I got the scratches out, but they were deep enough that I got some haze and swirl marks.
One scratch yes. A lot of scratches no.
You be the judge.
Best method for polishing scratches out of glass?
welp...few things are gona have to wait till l can get to my parts car in Saskatoon..
anyway am lookin at all the trim on the 70....its gona have to be polished up sooner or later so may as well tackle it...any good links on site for polishing our trim?
I looked up polishing your knob on the internet but I don’t think what came up will help you with your trim....
Why. What's the problem??
I do not have a "website" but I can share some advice and tips.
Fury II's with the Paisley Tops