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Old 09-06-2005, 09:18 AM
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Side window options for a 41 chevy truck?

Was wanting to put all back factory but i am having problems finding channel rubber and windows frame screws etc. What has anyone else put in one of these trucks? thanks in advance.

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Old 09-06-2005, 01:55 PM
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Check with Jim Carters or Steele Rubber products between the both of them they should have everything you need.
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'41 Chev side windows

Badriand ,
Hey , get a hold of Primedia publications at ( 866) 601-5199 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Pacific time ,& ask if they have a back issue of Street & Custom Rodding Illustrated Winter 2004 issue . There is an article in there titled "Keep It Simple"pages 86-91 , where they do one piece windows from scratch ,using parts supplied by Hagan Street Source www.haganstreetrods.com . The car they are doing in the article is a '40 Ford coupe , but all the info contained in the article should easily be transferrable to what you are building . If they don't have any back issues , ask for a reprint of the article , it won't be free , but it's packed with pics & alot of information .I'm using the same info to do 1 piece glass in my '48 F1 ! GOOD LUCK Rick
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I'm actually using the gasket from a 90s GMC/Chevy Pickup truck for mine but since the doors are chopped it fits. Probably to long for your application. Email me @ JhnBrackett@aol.com and I'll export my favorites list to you. I've got a 41 Chevy I'm working on and found tons of various sites for parts. Just off hand brads41-46chevys.com has some good info and a message board. chevsofthe40s.com too
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Mine's a '54, but here's what I did:

New Chromed Vent Windows

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