--- Bill Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> DON'T use Plexiglas. Use Lexan.
I agree. I needed to fabricate a new rear window for
my Smoothline hard top, and I used Lexan. It was very
easy to work with. I bought it at Home Depot (or
Lowes, I can't remember) and a huge sheet of it was
less than $40. It cuts easily. If you have access to
a jigsaw, that's the easiest way, but you can even get
good results with a Dremel if you're very careful and
take your time. The edges can be polished up with a
Dremel to make them look very pretty.
Paul Misencik - 1971 MGB - www.sopwithracing.com
THE CAROLINA TROPHY - 2005
A vintage driving event in the spirit
of the Mille Miglia, Rallye des Alpes,
and Colorado Grand.
See www.carolinatrophy.com for details.
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