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Collection of Old Truck and Car Glass Patterns Delta, CO $600

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UPDATE: Price dropped to $600. 

I have not idea what these are worth, but it seems a fascinating bit of history that might be best put into a museum.

“Used old car truck glass patterns for door wind wings windshields and back glass form an old glass shop that closed I was told at 100 if not thousands of patterns for cutting glass for old cars from the 30’s or earlier through the 70’s if you have a rare old car most likely there is a pattern to cut all the flat glass in that car.also included with the sale are books listing the glass codes for those windows.
these are in used loved condition corners are warn but the information is there.
I hauled these by filling a uhaul trailer and pickup There is a boat load of patterns PICK UP ONLY located in Colorado zip 81416 BRING HELP TO LOAD and lots of shrink rap to keep in sequence.
THIS IS NOT AN ITEM YOU SEE FOR SALE very rare to see for sale
I have a wet glass sander I will offer to buyer on pickup at a separate price.
NAGS automotive glass Carlite Pittsburgh Harding glass PPG”

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8 Comments on “Collection of Old Truck and Car Glass Patterns Delta, CO $600

  1. CraigInPA

    It’s interesting for sure, especially if you own a glass shop and want to get into the antique car auto glass business. However, I suspect that the number of pieces of glass you’d cut each year wouldn’t result in a boatload of cash.

  2. Blaine

    I haven’t seen something like this for sale since a Spokane craigslist ad about 4 months ago. I don’t remember the price anymore in that ad.

  3. Mike

    I would think this has little or no value. Any flat glass I’ve had cut in the past 40 years was done by tracing a pattern from the original.

  4. JohnfromSC

    This collection should be donated to the Antique Automobile Club of America’s library, where it would make great reference and folks would actually be able to find it. I believe they have the largest auto reference library in the US.

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