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    Power Window Kit

    Looking for a power window kit for my 64'. Would love a plug and play but I know that's not realistic.
    I was looking at Ball's and thought this might be a good kit to use. Anyone ever used one or have a suggestion on which kits works and would be the best?


    https://www.ballsrodandkustom.com/in...t_detail&p=100

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    Bueller?

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    Cool

    That kit looks like it has what you need to do a conversion..
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    I don't recall if it was [MENTION=578]macsdoghouse[/MENTION] or [MENTION=732]panelmanrd[/MENTION], but I pretty sure one of those guys adapted the Dodge Stratus power window motors to the van mechanism.

    When I put power windows in my 69 30 years ago, I used the regulators from the rear doors of a 73 Cadillac Sedan DeVille.
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    power windows

    Here is the post.

    www.vcvc.org/showthread.php/22662-Power-Windows/page4?highlight=power+windows

    There is discussion before page 4, but this page has pics of how it's done.
    Andrew

    69 Display, 250 i6, 3 on the tree.

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    Cool

    the cab doors in the "Beast" have been converted over to power,when I found them in a former Early Chevy owner's parts stash. I had bought.
    I finally had a window motor go out.
    Through the research I did the window motors where Cadillac units.
    I bought new ones from Rock Auto...
    They worked great.
    I used the window crank hole to mount a single switch in both sides...

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    I just recently installed a pair of arm rests a Vanner friend gave to me....
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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