Sounds like a great idea! George, a moment I will never forget was when I
was talking to Terry about the windows and he mentioned NEVER to close the
window with the door up--you know, like when you get out of the car and then
realize you left the window open--or you could damage it. I had to laugh.
Who in their right mind would design a car window like that?? Sorta like
the one about the lack of an interior lock switch. Kinda makes ya wonder,
don't it? Perhaps the Brick "team" should've started with something a
little simpler, like a Bricklin can opener. On second thought, it probably
would've only opened empty cans, broke the second time you used it requiring
a costly modification, and could only be safely operated in well lit rooms
or sunlight. ;o)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2000 6:54 PM
Subject: Re: Power Windows
> What is really needed is a better engineered mechanism to put the window
> and down, whether it is by hand or electrically driven. There were some
> alternate designs--one of them even used a window with holes for mounting.
> Maybe someone with mech engineering skills could consult with Tanner and
> a stab at it. It would probably be a popular upgrade. Put me down for 3.