Heheee.... yeah, get out your wallet, and make sure it's full. Seriously
though, my best advice would be to bring it to a dealership, or an otherwise
HIGHLY reputable repair shop to have that glass put in. You don't want a
How'd you manage to break that stuff anyway? Rifle fire? It's pretty tough,
as far as glass goes.
Thomas J. Paladino
New York City
95 S320 *for sale*
89 Lotus Esprit Turbo
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