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1950 chevy windshield

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Kegger, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. Kegger
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    I need a new windshield for my 50 2dr, is there a one piece available or do I use the stock 2 piece? And does anyone have one?
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    i belive some of the other gm cars of the era had a 1 piece windshield
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    The glass is about 60 or so $$ more at Chevs of the 40's and probably is the same glass but a guy should see what the shipping cost differences are if he orders from either. Those two vendors are both close to Portland, Or. so the shipping should be close to the same.
    As far as I know there are three different windshields for those models, Sedan, Hardtop/convert and then Wagon.
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    the swap is from an olds call 951 789 8870 ask for carson.
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    EASY fix. Join he Alliance, Call Bob at Bobs Classic auto glass in Washington and order one from him. You'll save some $$$. He's a hell of a nice guy too. Todd

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