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Old 12-06-2012, 09:57 PM   #1
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Quarter window

Kinda wondering if anyone Has made their Quarter windows go down like the convertibles?
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On a coupe? I think that would be hard with all the gaskets or whatever their called In between the door window and quarter window. Your car would leak like crazy during the rain. But i think it's possible with a little ingenuity and spare time
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Weather striping is easy. I was thinking using the same regulator as the convertibles. Weld on brackets where ever needed. And open ip a slot for the window to go down.
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Weather striping is easy. I was thinking using the same regulator as the convertibles. Weld on brackets where ever needed. And open ip a slot for the window to go down.
Sounds easy. But you'd have to cut away to get through the inside of the car to weld brackets in there right? At least that's what I think. But not impossible. Sounds like a fun project but a pain in the butt to wire up an route the switches
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For sure have some headaches.

I was also looking into this. seen it online thought it looks pretty cool. Might do this first as soon as i have a budget

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Old 12-07-2012, 11:06 PM   #6
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It'll be worth it. I suggest going to a junkyard and tearing apart a junked mustang to see how and if you can do it, practice makes perfect.

I have a poster of a mustang like that. It's an awesome custom project. I saw there was this removable hardtop edition they made for the sn95's that one looks pretty sick as well
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Measure twice cut once. I could never find a 99-04 at a yard. I was thinking using maybe a glass top
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