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linnea012324
    
What type of rear window was in the convertible top of a 1967 Rambler Rebel SST?
Was the original factory rear window made of real tempered glass, or was it made of some type of Plexiglas? Did the factory offer options for either glass or Plexiglass? If it was Plexiglass, do you know how thick it was? Can you describe the window as to how flexible it was, or if it was more rigid? Heavy or lightweight? Thanks very much!
posted: July 10, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
hollander interchange manual does not show an interchange for that glass .it would probably have been plastic of some form.
posted:  July 10, 2011
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