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Rear plastic screen to glass
Does anyione know if the rear plastic screen on an RV8 can be converted to glass. I've been informed that this isn't possible but wanted to know why not - I've had an glass screen fitted to an MGF and thought that this could be used. Would appreciate any views, thanks,
Stephen Aitken
04/08/2012 @  21:47
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Rear plastic screen to glass
You can get a glass rear window for the MGB but as far as I know not for the RV8. By the way you are one of several RV8 owners in Scotland, if you join the Caledonian Centre you could meet a few of them. http://www.mgcaledonian.com/
Geoff King
06/08/2012 @  01:01
 
Rear plastic screen to glass
Thanks Geoff for the plug for the MGCC Caledonian Centre. Stephen, if you were to join the MG Car Club, and you should, you would automatically be linked to the Caledonian Centre and I would email you monthly messages telling you of events in Scotland, of which there are many. As Geoff says there are quite a few RV8 owners in our ranks.
Mike Howlett, Secretary Caledonian Centre
06/08/2012 @  01:48
 
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