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Old 03-09-2018, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by John Buchtenkirch View Post
Eventually when the time arrives in the build a lexan glass will be shaped up (it's a fairly flat glass for the most part) a custom glass window will be made (for money reasons, this may be unlikely) or possibly a donor glass with the correct shape could be used and cut to fit.

Keep in mind while some of the rear windows from fifties cars were laminated glass like a windshield and can be cut many are tempered glass and impossible to cut. ~ John Buchtenkirch
That is correct and a good point to bring up.

Truthfully Lexan is probably the front runner choice, but I’d prefer to keep other options open as I feel a “non glass” option is cheating and the easy way out.
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