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Old 06-18-2018, 11:36 PM
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Default 95 Superior ID ?

These with the bigger windshields are a Sovereign correct? Thanks
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We went round on this a year or two ago. Attila and I did much measuring and it was determined the windshield is stock GM Caprice to Brougham. However it was found that the side door glass was higher or so we thought. So far as we found there were only two windshields the stock fits all and the Commercial glass as used in the Masterpiece and others that are higher and sharp corners at the top ends. The commercial glass is not rounded at the bottom corners. You can check back and find the thread if you look.
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