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Old 07-03-2004, 09:25 AM
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66 Mustang fastback quarter glass

Is there an easy way of converting the quarter louvers to glass on a 66 Mustang fastback?

Does any one make a kit?

Are there any old magazine articles in regard to "How to"?

Thanks for any help.

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If your talking about see through glass- to back seat area that would be a ton of trim work in inside to do outside would be easy.
Sure it could be done, just not by lazy person like me.

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Tony Branda sells a kit to convert to shelby quarter glass. It includes a 2 piece interior trim liner as well. I've installed 2 of these kits, an extra pair of hands and patience is a requirement. Darren

Try this link...(hope this works, a first for me)

http://cobranda.com/GetItemDetail.as...D=361&DeptID=2

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Tony Branda sells a kit to convert to shelby quarter glass. It includes a 2 piece interior trim liner as well. I've installed 2 of these kits, an extra pair of hands and patience is a requirement. Darren

Try this link...(hope this works, a first for me)

http://cobranda.com/GetItemDetail.as...D=361&DeptID=2
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Darren,
Since you have done two of these you must like the way they look!
I have tried to visualize and just can't do it.
Got a picture?

Barry
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I'll try to dig one out of the boxes, and scan it. All my digital pics were lost abut a year ago when my old PC crashed. It really is a neat option, helps eliminate a huge blind spot. Darren
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The Branda Kit seems like the way to go.
If they made them for 67-8 fastbacks, I'd get one!
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quarter glass

Exactly what I'm lookin for! Great. Thanks for the help.

They have a picture of the kit on the site.

It doesn't look difficult.
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