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Are the vent & window motors in a 66 Town Landau rebuildable, or are these throw-away's ?
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We have a section in the TRL regarding those motors and how to rebuild them.
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What path do I take to get to the window motor rebuild
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Bill, the link Dave was probably talking about pertains to rebuilding 1958-1960 Squarebird windows motors. However, it might also be helpful in taking out, and rebuilding those for the Flairbird. Here is the link to check out in the TRL.

http://www.squarebirds.org/images_motor-power-window/
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