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68 Mustang Windscreen supply & fit?

  • 28-09-2019 5:34pm
    Registered Users Posts: 1,088 ✭✭✭

    So I'm getting the mustang ready to be painted and taking out the windsheild and I cracked it :( using plastic tools, I'm wondering was there a weak spot already, anyway I'm in the market for new glass.

    So I'm looking for someone to supply and fit the windsheild and fit the rear glass after it is painted. I've contacted a few places so I'm waiting to hear back, but does anyone have any recomendations for someone in Dublin?


    (I'm guess a supply and fit will be cheaper then getting the glass from the US or UK myself)


  • Posts: 7,499 ✭✭✭[Deleted User]

    I've no idea but George (soup classic motoring) on youtube did an interview with a glass fitter a few weeks back.
    might be worth a call.