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Pontiac Grande Parisienne 1967 rear window


Well, they share the same part number as the 66-67 Grande Parisienne according to the Oldsmobile MPC scan you showed. 4466580 -clear

Same shape. So I'd say it's the same part.

From the Canadian Pontiac MPC. 11.204 (Just like the Oldsmobile reference). -57 is Grande Parisienne 2 door HT.

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Thanks Cdnpont.

 

I hope i get the Back Window from the Guy and it comes in one piece to me

 

 



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Good luck Mario. We're always glad to help.

Did you ever contact that USA company. All told, that might be your best bet, as they know how to ship glass. It's a risky and unknown proposition otherwise.



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I spoke to Fawcet Motor Carriage of Whitby Ontario yesterday and showed them the photos with the part number They are an exceptional restoration shop. Will do their best to source out the parts. Cliff

https://www.fawcettmotors.com

-- Edited by oshawacliff on Friday 7th of June 2019 11:13:28 AM



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cdnpont wrote:

Good luck Mario. We're always glad to help.

Did you ever contact that USA company. All told, that might be your best bet, as they know how to ship glass. It's a risky and unknown proposition otherwise.


 

Yes i contect them, but they say: "Hi Mario:

For 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix the back window is not available anywhere new in stock or available. I am sorry, that is pretty rare to find new.

 

Regards,"

But the guy was very nice



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oshawacliff wrote:

I spoke to Fawcet Motor Carriage of Whitby Ontario yesterday and showed them the photos with the part number They are an exceptional restoration shop. Will do their best to source out the parts. Cliff

https://www.fawcettmotors.com

-- Edited by oshawacliff on Friday 7th of June 2019 11:13:28 AM



-- Edited by oshawacliff on Friday 7th of June 2019 11:18:31 AM


 That sounds good, thanks 

 

Im in contact with two guys and hope it woud be fine



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Update? Got a response from Fawcet Motors and indicated no luck but suggested Desert Valley Auto as they have a large selection of vintage stuff Cliff

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Desert Valley Auto Parts in Phoenix AZ. They might be able to help you out.

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45 minutes after posting about the call from Fawcet they called back with this and sent email Sent: June 17, 2019 2:44 PM To: office@fawcettmotors.com Subject: RE: Glass Quote Requested $375 plus freight --- if its Hardtop. If you want the glass then email us bill & ship address and

 phone #. Well QC the glass and then call you for payment.

 

www.VintageGlass.comand www.BallsPowerWindows.com



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BUMP. Hey Mario how are you making out finding that rear glass? Found one for you in previous post Cliff

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Hey Cliff, sorry i don't see the messages. I found a Window In Clear (Vancouver), the only problem is the Shipping to Germany. The Guy will package the window and will se how expansive the shipping is. I ask FedEx how much the shipping is, they tell me it's 1300 only for shipping Do you know is the back window clear? I found a Glass company in Germany and they can ordered a tinted one, but I want the clear one Thanks a lot Guys

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This is the last email, a few days ago from Vancouver


I have started to investigate how to pack and ship the window. I am going to DHL Express to see about packing the window. They only ship via air, so I need to make sure this will work. I think I need to find a professional to pack the window. I do not want it to break. Once I get the window packed I can see about getting prices to ship it.

I trust this works for you.

Have a good day.

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This was the answer from Vintage Glass:


Back Glass est. $745-$995 plus freight.

If you want the glass then email us bill & ship address and

phone #. Well QC the glass and then call you for payment.



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 Hi just noticed this thread as I have been off the forum for a while.

If all else fails or is unfeasible I actually have two clear glass rear windows still installed, one on a 66 Grande Parisienne two door hardtop parts car and one on a 67 Grande Parisienne two door hardtop parts car.  I picked these cars up partly knowing how hard these are to find to make sure my 66 Grande would have extras if needed. Mine is shaded glass car though so won't likely use them.

I can take a picture or two if you like.

Again shipping with be the real cost here.  It will certainly involve a wooden crate and lots of careful padding etc.



-- Edited by 66 Grande guy on Saturday 22nd of June 2019 02:52:45 PM

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66 Grande guy wrote:

 Hi just noticed this thread as I have been off the forum for a while.

If all else fails or is unfeasible I actually have two clear glass rear windows still installed, one on a 66 Grande Parisienne two door hardtop parts car and one on a 67 Grande Parisienne two door hardtop parts car.  I picked these cars up partly knowing how hard these are to find to make sure my 66 Grande would have extras if needed. Mine is shaded glass car though so won't likely use them.

I can take a picture or two if you like.

Again shipping with be the real cost here.  It will certainly involve a wooden crate and lots of careful padding etc.



-- Edited by 66 Grande guy on Saturday 22nd of June 2019 02:52:45 PM


 Thanks 66 Grande guy, i let you know if I dont get one



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Is there an advantage in the currency exchange rate.

purchasing in US dollars or Canadian dollars being converted to Euros?

That may be a consideration in choosing a shipping location.

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oshawacliff wrote:

Is there an advantage in the currency exchange rate.

purchasing in US dollars or Canadian dollars being converted to Euros?

That may be a consideration in choosing a shipping location.


 

I dont know with the exchange rate.

 

I hope the shipping from Canada is cheaper, than FedEx "Germany" for 1350 



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Curious Any updates on your search?

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Good evening Mario

I am still looking for someone to pack the window. Not that easy. I been really busy at work the past two weeks. Hopefully I can find someone this week to professionally pack the window. Have a good holiday and sorry about the delay.

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I still wait for an answer

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I've read some of the posts, and I'm not sure what you're looking for.
From what I can tell, you've found a place in Vancouver Canada that can make you a window, is that correct? But they won't pack it for shipping? Is that correct?


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Hello Mario,

Should you find a good used windshield, (or new)

This is a good video on how someone could pack a windshield for you for shipping.

Use copper pipe foam insulation for the edges and expandable foam bags to secure the windshield in the box.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXhN9urIZwM 

 

Outside of the big shippers you may want  to consider contacting this Canada to Germany shipper for information, cost and feasibility

of shipping the windshield. 

https://www.sevenseasworldwide.com/en-ca/shipping/germany?gclid=Cj0KCQjwpavpBRDQARIsAPfTwixWCaNTDJ6eEUKTvyJMjEItWhvtjIXBK5H2kxreJl0tyKQlYmy_ZFIaAgSdEALw_wcB

 

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seventy2plus2 wrote:

I've read some of the posts, and I'm not sure what you're looking for.
From what I can tell, you've found a place in Vancouver Canada that can make you a window, is that correct? But they won't pack it for shipping? Is that correct?


I found a used one in Vancouver, the guy won't pack it for shipping, he will be sure that nothing happens, and he searched a professional for package.

 



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Greaser wrote:

Hello Mario,

Should you find a good used windshield, (or new)

This is a good video on how someone could pack a windshield for you for shipping.

Use copper pipe foam insulation for the edges and expandable foam bags to secure the windshield in the box.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXhN9urIZwM 

 

Outside of the big shippers you may want  to consider contacting this Canada to Germany shipper for information, cost and feasibility

of shipping the windshield. 

https://www.sevenseasworldwide.com/en-ca/shipping/germany?gclid=Cj0KCQjwpavpBRDQARIsAPfTwixWCaNTDJ6eEUKTvyJMjEItWhvtjIXBK5H2kxreJl0tyKQlYmy_ZFIaAgSdEALw_wcB

 

-G


 

 

Thanks a lot, I will check the homepage 



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