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Old 01-31-2002, 09:21 AM
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I am building a 47 plymouth club coupe. Would like to install power windows. The new style kits look great, but a little steep at $500 for a set of four. Has anyone tried to adapt the mechanism from a newer car with good luck?

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We put some in a 34 chevy out of a 96 Grand Prix,(95 to 2002 are the same), There cable driven.
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A while back the guys around my area where looking for older hyundia's (stellars etc) they supposedly had a good, cheap and easy setup.
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What I have found out that works is Honda power motors and tracks if a person wants to go used. They are flexible enough so they work with flat glass with just a little convincing. They use the concentional track methot of raising and lowering the gl**** so they are not to complacated and last alot longer than other styles.
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