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  • #2
    the vw is really beat, the Peugout is missing things, do you restore or leave as is?

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    • #3
      I know the windshield on the Pug was very fragile -

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      • #4
        Originally posted by pjedsel View Post
        I know the windshield on the Pug was very fragile -
        Out of curiosity, was it a separate piece? That is, no 'mass' of 'clear glass' hidden inside the metal body...but rather stand-alone windshield with no 'connection' to headlights or any other feature on the casting?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by b2young View Post

          Out of curiosity, was it a separate piece? That is, no 'mass' of 'clear glass' hidden inside the metal body...but rather stand-alone windshield with no 'connection' to headlights or any other feature on the casting?
          Memory says on this one it was a separate piece attached with small little guide pins that broke easily over the course of time.

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          • #6
            Nice finds !
            In all my years of collecting I'd never ran across one of those Peugeot convertibles, so I'd personally think I might leave it, but it is more a matter if you can stand it in worn condition in your own collection or prefer a restored look.
            Doug

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