Hello. We have a '62 Shasta Airflyte that we have not begun work on yet. It basically needs new windows in the front and rear. I just talked to someone that is giving away a 196? Shasta as she is now done using it for parts. She said it has all the windows in good condition. My question is, not knowing the exact year, would this help me? She used the parts from it for her 1963. We just want to secure up the windows as some are broken and store it for the winter, before starting to actually work on it. To replace a rear window in one of these, can you just purchase new glass, or do you need to replace it with an original window? Thanks!!
Post by Gone Kayaking on Jan 30, 2012 14:23:19 GMT -5
Also get dimensions and type of window that the person you are making the trade with if you want to go that route. But if the windows only have broken glass, what Ross suggests is definitely the best way to go. If you are doing a whole reno....you are not going to want to take out and then re-install the windows....so you might just want to cover them up for now. so that they aren't exposed to the weather.
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