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Old 10-21-2014, 10:03 PM
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I have 58 bird with a broke driver window. What I need is the ford part# for the glass. Have a person with old stock # close by. Any help would be appreciated.
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The window is just flat glass. Any auto glass shop will be able to cut a piece to fit. The original part # is B8S-6321410-A clear and -B tinted.

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You also have choices in laminated or tempered glass. The cars originally came with laminated and that is why many notice little air bubbles forming around the edges.
Where did your glass break. If it started in the upper front corner, make sure you check the upper guide at the top of the front window channel. Many times these have the plastic come off and then expose metal or the rivets that hold them in. If any of that metal nicks a new glass, it will cause it to break again.
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Thanks to all. That's the # I needed. This are a lot cheaper then the glass shops around here.
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