Wow. Such window. So Glass
EssExTee last edited by EssExTee
My understanding of these is that the value is directly proportional to how many holes have been cut in the upper half of the sheet metal.
RamblinRover last edited by
Get me a hole-less hulk and a grinder. I'm going to disneyland.
fintail last edited by
I think the rear corner windows make all the difference.
ranwhenparked last edited by
Each window seems to add $10,000, give or take
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Highlander last edited by
@essextee With that many windows it has the value of a 300SL gullwing or Ferrari 250 GTO.
BicycleBuck last edited by
I stopped at one of the small towns in south Texas to visit a mission on a hot summer day and met a guy and his girlfriend who were driving one of these through Texas. I asked him what it was like. "It's HOT!" was the reply. All the windows and no a/c is a bad combo for Texas in the summer.
6MT_FTW last edited by 6MT_FTW
I wonder how difficult it would be to replicate those rare rear quarter windows. There seems to be plenty of demand out there for 23-window buses based on the obscene prices that they fetch.
EssExTee last edited by
@6mt_ftw Ram vans had pretty similar windows...
6MT_FTW last edited by
@essextee I've always liked the upper windows on the old Nissan Quest, one of the few reasons to like that eminently forgettable vehicle. If I had silly, stupid money I'd like to add those windows and overhead console thingy to my Mazda5.
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@essextee mates of mine have a 23 window with the full length canvas sun roof. They pulled it from the dry dump of the wife's dad's grazing property where it had sat since the 70s in is damaged entirety (sans engine and gearbox) after being dumped there by a bunch of roo shooters visiting from the city. It's had a beautifully patinated restoration and is frequently driven despite being tiny and slow. And insured for an eyewatering sum for such a tin can of a car.