Originally titled: Windshield 102 One More Time! 


John Gambill (JAG)

As some of you may know, I purchased this winters project a couple of months ago but told Julia
I wouldn't get started on it till first snow. But, I have been prepping things a bit and since the
windshield on my 59 Cutter JetDeville has two pretty good cracks in it have been on the hunt for
a replacement.

Read more: Fixing a Scratched Windshield

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