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Windshield frame 1959 or 1960 Lincoln convertible

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Like the title says.

In need of the windshield frame for either one . 

The kit frame is removable from the body

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Hi Bill, would you consider a complete good builder kit?

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9 hours ago, br67 said:

Hi Bill, would you consider a complete good builder kit?

Really would depend on which year it is.

I recently sold my extra 1960 and somewhere along the way the windshield frame got hurt. So I m sending him the one out of my 59 builder. 

So all I need is the frame and I  would hate to part it out if its complete.

BUT, if its a 1959 and is better condition then the one I have , then well Maybe !!!

( if its a 1960 , then I would rather not as I already have one of them done and in the case . ) 

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Ok - let me check it out for you. I just bought a large collection of builder kits and I'm 90% sure there was a 59 in there. I have them all stored at my shop at the moment so will double check on Monday

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Hey Bill.

Here's the deal.

I have a 1960 Lincoln windshield frame that I even sent to be chromed!

Problem is, one of the vent windows was always very fragile & somewhere along the line it was broken into at least a couple of pieces.

I'll dig it out & send you some pics.

You're welcome to it if you like.

Both my '59 & '60 will be built as hard tops.

 

 

Steve

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Got it covered. Thanks gents

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