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#1457644 Wed Jul 06 2022 12:01 PM
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Done some looking, but want to make sure if the windshield glass is the same for the C10/20/30 as it is on my C60. Anyone dealt with the windshield yet? My glass is fine, but the seal is absolutely toast.


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-1939 LaSalle series 50 imperial sedan
-1940 LaSalle series 52 coupe special
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'Bolter
Same on windshield, glass and rubber. Door glass rubber sometimes different if glass has steel around it. Pat

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Thanks so much, Pat!


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-1912 Ford Model T
-1939 LaSalle series 50 imperial sedan
-1940 LaSalle series 52 coupe special
-1949 Chevy 3800 Panel truck
-1958 Cadillac series 62 hardtop
-1958 MG A
-1965 Chevy C60 dump truck
-1971 Chevy C20 Cheyenne 402
-1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler
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58caddy Would go with Steele on that windshield rubber they seem to be the best. It'll cost more but you'll have a better chance of using your original glass,which is fragile. Seems to me it's best to clean it up like new before you start,keep all metal tools away from it. Good Luck.

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I recently had the windshield installed in my '66 C60. Bought the rubber seal from Steele and had a local auto glass company come out and install it. Just ask for a windshield for a '65 Chevy truck.


'66 C60 body, '97 C6500 chassis, '07 LBZ Duramax with Allison 1000
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