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My 1948 Chevy 1/2 ton truck glass does NOT have any visible markings. I surmise that it was replaced at some point by a previous owner. Where are the markings/what do they look like for the windshield glass, side window glass, rear glass, and the cab corner glass?

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Visible from the inside passengers side, you can see my original windshield glass markings.

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