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From: Daven Anderson
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Date: February 06, 2003
Like Hank said, the Hollander is NOT perfect. The one trip-up is when different part numbers were used but they can still physically interchange. The manual would suggest that you cannot put a 1961 Plymouth windshield on a 1960 Plymouth, when in fact you can. The two are different part numbers and the '60 windshield has a taller top crown, but the dimensions of the base of the windshields are the same. Minor imperfections like this do not lessen the value of a Hollander's Interchange Manual and they are essential tools for any serious hobbyist or professional mechanic.