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1967 Bronco Window Replacement

Hello Car Talk community!

I’ll get straight to the point: I am considering buying a 1967 Ford Bronco, but the driver’s seat window and passenger window are missing. Has anyone had complications replacing windows in classic cars? Would it be an expensive fix?

If anyone has any experience with the model of Bronco, or has had problems with one similar, I would love to hear from you!

The glass is available and relatively cheap

and relatively easy to install.

That’s awesome, thanks so much!

I have a Ford truck of similar but few years later vintage and the passenger side window track-gadget that holds the window up rusted and needed replacing. I got that part from LMC Truck.

The old Bronco is developing a cult folowing similar to old Jeeps and Mustangs and parts are becoming as available as those for a 2010 F-150. Of course those old Broncos were about as basic as buck boards.

If glass is the only problem and the price is right you should jump on that Bronco. As Rod Knox says, they have a cult following and are worth some money.

Glass and installing it is no big deal.

Another option for parts if anything else is needed is Obsolete Classic Auto Parts in OK City, OK.
They’ve been around forever on south I-35 and specialize in old Fords going back to the early 1900s.

If you’re ever in the OKC area it’s also a great place to stop in and drool over some of the cars on their showroom. Model As and Ts, AC Cobras, and my personal favorite; a '64 Thunderbolt.