Donald Farr
Former Editor, Mustang Monthly
April 19, 2007

Vent window frames are similar to steering wheels-they're visible from the driver seat at all times, and when they're in bad condition, well, the driver is stuck with them in his vision at all times. Now, thanks to a new reproduction available from Mustangs Unlimited, owners of '67-'68 Mustangs can replace pitted, rusted, and otherwise unsightly vent-window frames with a new frame coated with shiny, beautiful chrome.

The new vent-window frame is a direct replacement for the originals. But it's a bit trickier than a basic R&R, because the glass and hardware from the old frames must be transferred to the new ones. Other than the two rivets that secure the rear framerail to the frame requiring the use of a rivet gun, the procedure can be completed with hand tools.

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