On 15 May 2007 23:27:56 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
Call one of the large glass suppliers like PPG. They still make
brand new glass for older cars in the third world, where if it still
runs they just keep driving it. AGP from Argentina is the usual
source you see marked on it.
If it's flat glass, they can locally cut, temper and laminate safety
glass to any pattern - you just have to make the pattern. Call a
local glass shop, they'll tell you how to make an accurate pattern for
the glass foundry to copy, probably a chunk of Masonite (tempered
hardboard) shaved to fit the opening.
But it's a lot less if you can find the piece pre-made.
--<< Bruce >>--
oh and I guess any shop will do flat glass but I was referred to this place
by someone at http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/index.php about this place,
apparently some of these shops can make you curved glass too.
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