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Old 12-04-2012, 03:38 PM
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Default '57-'62 MM corner glass

Had a friend lay loose '57-'58 MM corner glass on top of '59-'62. They are not the same. Height is about even. '57-'58 is considerably shorter in length. In dire need, utilizing a '57-'58 piece in a '59-'62 (combined with larger rear side glass) wouldn't even work.

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