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Old 02-12-2003, 10:50 AM   #1
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We have recently acquired a '68 Overlander, the front window has been replaced with a piece of plexi-glass and we want to restore this to a glass window. My question: is the front window the same as the rear in that it is flat with no frame. thanks, John.
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John,
My 68 has the frames on all of the windows. Maybe your rear has already been replaced with the frameless type. Are your side windows framed? Inland has the frames.
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My '68 has frames on all of curved side windows but the rear has the three bottom latching clips attached directly to the glass. I don't know enough to know if this is correct or not. Thanks, John.
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I think your rear window has been replaced. Check the lower left corner and see if it says "Corning". If not, it's probably not original and even if it does, it might be a replacement corning and they never bothered to put the trim back on.
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