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Old 02-15-2014, 07:12 PM   #1
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78 Executive windshields, how do I ship them if I sell online?

I'm scrapping out a 78 Executive 29' and the windshields are in really good shape. I imagine a glass shop will charge a hefty price and then some if anybody needs one, so I want to try and sell them online and make somebody a good deal. What is the best way and most cost effective way to ship them so they arrive intact ? They are flat, so that should help with the padding.

If you can't fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem.
1978 Executive 29' class A MH that might be worth fixing up to drive and use. Three four wheel drives, an off grid rock house, some chainsaws, and a screwball cat.
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Old 02-15-2014, 10:23 PM   #2
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UPS will ship windshields.
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If you are lucky enough to find a box big enough to surround the glass and yet leave enough room to spray a fair amount of foam around corners first to make a rest for it to sit on and then the top corners to keep it from moving around. This is how we shipped the from an auto dealer back in Mich and never had one break from how we shiped it, Fed-up broke one when they dropped it and they paid for it as well! Good Luck Sire and who ever buys it, should pay the shipping!
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