The most overlooked parts are the parts you look through! Glass. Original Classic Car Glass.
Before Restoration: The weather strippings on this old classic were worn out many years ago. The results of operating the window were deep scratches throughout the glass. Why try to restore? The car show judges know what to look for. The Porsche glass from the factory had a unique green tint, and, the original glass manufacturers etching. Reproduction glass would not be the same.
Contest Winning Cars
More and more contest winning cars are fitted with glass that we have restored. These are National level competitions from coast to coast. The magazine, Performance Mopars just featured the red Super Bee seen on this cover. Glass restored by Glass Restoration Inc. We work with Classic Car Restoration Shops nation wide. This beautiful Super Bee was restored at Muscle Car Restorations in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. The glass was shipped to us for restoration, then shipped back restored. We have also worked with the top Jaguar restorers and Austin Healy restorers in the USA, and many others.
Keeping the bugs:This is the important part of the restoration job. The manufactuers marking or "Bugs". This Porsche will retain its original glass.
The scratches in the glass were removed and the original factory etching was retained, as well as the clarity in the glass.
Call to inquire about your glass. Send an image to me at GlassRestoration@gmail.com. I will get back to you with an estimate quickly. The above glass was shipped to me from Metal Kraft Coachwerks in Cincinnati Ohio. The combined 2 way shipping with insurance was less than $70.00. Metal Kraft specializes in Porsche and VW restorations.
For the best restoration of your classic car glass, let it have an Out of Body Experience!
Note: Glass that has metal edge treatment has limitations to the restoration. If metal is removed prior to shipping to us, we can restore the glass right to the edges. Otherwise, we can not restore the edge at the metal to the same degree of quality. We do not remove the metal parts. The bottom metal bracket work is generally an inch or more into the door panel, so our limitations are on the non visible part of the glass.