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Old 02-05-2009, 08:38 AM
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Individual power window setups??

Hi gang,

I'd like to find a place that I can find a power window kit for just one window. I'd like to change the rear window in my 36 Ford Sedan Delivery. All I can find is a pair...

Any ideas??

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I am not aware that the window goes down in a 36 sedan delivery originally ... Does it ? ?

Nu Relics makes a lot of kits and sells power window conversions ... I would look there and maybe contact them There info is below ...

http://www.nu-relics.com/index.html

http://www.nu-relics.com/fordcars.html
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No, you're correct Deuce. Originally they didn't, but I need to replace the glass anyhow and thought it would be a nice option. Thanks for the links. I'll go check them out...

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Grab one from the scrap yard, I know my dads Toyota 4Runner has a power hatch window. There are quite a few SUVs that do have a roll down window, and would be a lot cheaper than an aftermarket hot rod site.
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Elec window

There was also a 60's Mercury....maybe a Marquis, that had a short backward slanted window. I think they went down, and it was not a long travel like a SUV.
Also....Limo's often have a center window that goes down. Google a Limo builder and see where they get theirs.
I think old Ford and Chevy Station Wagons had electric windows in the tail gate, but most of them have been shredded.
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Specialty power windows has a kit for a rear window, and will sell one window regulator.

http://www.specialtypowerwindows.com...ts.php?c=1&t=4

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