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Before you chop your top, take your existing rear glass to a place that makes airplne replacement windshields and have them use your window as the mold and make an acrylic window of the same shape. Use this when you chop the top to determine the opening parameters. This window can be trimmed for any variations in opening shape. Use great care to not scratch it. I did this on a 51 Chevy BelAir Hardtop. The window can be washed without scratching. This is the same material used in small airplanes and helicopters. It is better looking than Lexan. An airport maintenance dept. can direct you to a company in your area who can do this. The cost isn't to much for such a good solution. Good Luck, Keith
 
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