I am going to go through the entire brake system. I have had brake failure before, and I will not chance it. When I was in high school., I worked at a Mobil gas station, full serve. It was summer and I went in @ 6 am when the station opened. Had a 1970 LeMans Sport (damn I wish I still had that car!). I went whipping into the parking lot, hit the brakes, the pedal went to the floor and the big old front grill of the car ended up in the owners office. He was sitting in there drinking coffee, and needless to say, he was a bit surprised. He was a hotrodder, and didn't get too pissed. He came out asking WTH happened. We checked out the damage to the building and the car, and the car was just fine, a few scratches on the bumper/grill but nothing too bad. He was leasing the building, so he said "pull that car into the bay and fix the 'effing brakes! And don't tell ANYONE what happened or that you ran through the building!!". He helped me go all the way through the brake system, and called the landlord and told him someone tried to run through the building the night before. All Good! So yeah....after finding that nail, I will be checking the entire brake system out thoroughly for sure! I have to disassemble the passengers side to do the kingpin as well, so I will just repeat the process on that side as well. PNB, as a side note, I did some checking with a reputable auto glass company in Dallas, they do a lot of custom stuff, have a video on YouTube of one of their guy's cutting a windshield. I called over there and spoke to the office girl yesterday, and left my name and number with her as she said the guy I needed to talk to was busy and would call me back. He called this morning, and after he tried to buy the sedan delivery, (LOL!) he told me he has a supplier that makes the rear window in a laminated glass, and that it would be no problem at all to cut the glass to fit the window. He was even gracious enough to log on here and look at the pics I have posted of the rear door. Really nice guy and seemed to know his stuff. I am still making the plan to clean up the chop, and I'm not sure the direction I am going with the rear door yet, but it's good to know that I at least have options for the rear glass! Thanks for your input as always!