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Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 03:50:27 -0700 (MST)
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fordtrucks-digest Monday, December 15 1997 Volume 01 : Number 079



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Re: Chop Top, windshield trimming ["Goodwrench" ]
Cabover or step van trucks anyone? [Ray Cardogno ]

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Date: Sun, 14 Dec 1997 13:05:01 -0600
From: "Goodwrench"
Subject: Re: Chop Top, windshield trimming

Hi all,
I'm new to the list and have '41 Ford half ton, as well as a '46 stake
body and a '34 dump.
My understanding on the windshield cutting is that it produces a very
high failure rate, especially with the really curved ones like the '56. I
think you want to look for a shop that has a high speed belt sander. I
don't know if they are water cooled or what, but the windshield has a much
better chance of surviving if it is ground down, rather than being cut.

Jim Pfrommer (looking for an inexpensive running flathead)
Central Texas
goodwrencheasy.com
Check out Goodwrench's CyberRanch
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From: JSanc82344
Date: Saturday, December 13, 1997 7:06 PM
Subject: Re: Chop Top


> Somehow I believe that I saw an ad before in a magazine of a glass shop
that sold chopped glass, but I am not sure. I just
>think that it will be a lot easier being able to get the glass already
cutted.
>This is the most important item to consider when doing a chop top, in my
>opinion. I talked to a glass guy in my hometown and he will do it for
$70.00,
>but he also said that it will be without guarantees. The glass that my cab
>has is original and it is very possible that it won't stand the cutting.
>Anyway, the cab is right now sitting at a welding shop since it needs to
have
>some rusted areas repaired, but as soon as I get it, I want to start with
this
>chop glass project.

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Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 00:43:32 -0400
From: Ray Cardogno
Subject: Cabover or step van trucks anyone?

Wanted 53-56 Milk/Bread Truck and Windshield Sunvisor.

This is my first posting as a member of this list. I have been involved
with 53-56 F-100 Pickups and panels for several years now, but have more
recently been getting involved with some of the "stranger" models like the
cabover of which I have one and the milk/bread truck or step van of which I
am trying to find one. has anyone seen one for sale or "hanging out" at a
junkyard?

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