The Four Windshields Used in 1963 & 9164

There are 4 windshields used for 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs
  • 4 window sedans & convertibles  (body styles codes B-6339, D-6389, N-6239, F-6267, E-6367) 
     
  • 6 window sedans (body style codes K-6229, L-6329, M-6039)
     
  • 2 door hardtops (body style codes G-6257, J-6357)
     
  • 75 series and commercial chassis (body style codes R-6723, S-6733, Z-6890)
    **NOTE: this glass is the same for all 59-65 75 series and 59-64 commercial chassis body styles

Most cars were equipped with the soft ray glass tinting. Per shop manual "When soft ray glass is ordered, the upper portion of the windshield is shaded, in addition to the soft ray tinting."

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Comment by Manuel Cerda on May 17, 2016 at 10:09pm

I hate that Im so impatient!  not that I need the windshield immediately but I got anxious and started looking online.  Found a hotrod shop that states they can order most classic car windshield.  $250 with taxes included.  Immediately he began asking me for my info and my cc info.  I hesitated and asked him where I will be picking up windshield. He explained close by but he needed to take all of my info to place the order before he can give me the pick up location and stated they do not take payment at the warehouse.  I also asked about the quality and fit and stated that if Im not satisfied  he guesses that I can return the glass for a full refund.

I proceeded with proving him my cc info and told me the city which is about 10 miles from my home.  Once I gave him all my info he began by explaining that they are open 8:00-4:30 but no pick up between 12:00 and 1:30.  I asked if open on Saturdays and the answer was no.  I get a call back 20 minutes later requesting that I provide them with an estimated time that I will pick up glass so they can have it ready. 

For some reason Im getting that weird feeling that all the hassle is not gonna be worth saving a few bucks.

Rockauto has them for $190 plus $65 shipping to my door has anyone else ordered from Rockauto?  If so, the quality? How can I tell if its bad quality or not?

Comment by Jason Edge on May 17, 2016 at 8:17pm

....yep, let him call it a  dual cowl phaeton if he has the correct glass! LOL

Comment by Manuel Cerda on May 17, 2016 at 6:44pm
Interesting, I just contacted a national company and the rep was upset because he stated there was a big difference between a 4 door sedan and a 4 door hardtop. He argued with me that a 4 door without a post is always called a hardtop. Those with post are Sedans. I was gonna explain y him that this Cadillac is a Sedan Deville does not have a post and is called a Sedan Deville. Then again I didn't wanna ruffle any feathers with the person that might have the windshield I most desperately need.
Comment by BILL BUDNER on January 26, 2014 at 11:32pm

I AM PARTING OUT A 64 CONV. WITH A GOOD WINDSHIELD. IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT ME. BILL BUDNER 724-938-2755  wwbudner724@zoominternet.net

Comment by Jason Edge on February 17, 2013 at 2:57pm

As you see above there were 4 windshields used for 1964. YOu need the 1st one above..body style 6239 which is the 4 window sedan / convertible glass. I have several of these in VG + condition, nice original glass (thicker than the repro stuff) for $125. You would need to come pick up or arrange for transport. You can get the rubber seals from Steel Rubber, and I've got the reveal molding clips and all of the reveal molding if any is damaged coming off. Just email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com.

 

Comment by Gregory A Ross on February 17, 2013 at 2:38pm

I have a 1964 Series 62 4 window caddy model 6239 and need a new windshield. All the glass companies I call ask me if it is a 4 door hardtop or sedan. Which glass is correct?

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