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Hi, if someone has a 1960 Roof Emblem that's not on the Bird, can you please give me the measurement between the two pins.

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just trying to help [IMG]20170611_195442 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG] ..........................................[IMG]20170611_195314 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG].......................[IMG]20170611_195210 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG] the 3 pins first is between the outer pins , 2nd. is from rear to middle, 3rd, is front to middle. hope this help.
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Thanks Randy. It looks like 7 5/8" from center to center, from one end to the other. What is that round piece of steel? Any chance of taking a broader picture, as I plan to put a '56-'57 Port window there.

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Ok will do, first thing today when light. Rod you see is what holds up the head liner.
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hows this [IMG]20170612_082000 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG],,[IMG]20170612_081952 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG],,[IMG]20170612_081908 by Randy harsha, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Thanks Randy, exactly what I wanted to see.
Wish you the best with your Resto.

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Hi, has anyone installed Port Windows on their '60 T. Bird.
If so, any pictures from inside & outside would be gratefully appreciated. My biggest worry is the Emblem holes, as they are very close to the Port window outer diameter size. The inner part of the Bird is the steel rod running dead smack in the middle that supports the roof lining. Any pix or suggestion greatly appreciated.( As of 1st July we're able to do certain modifications in South Australia.)

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Chris, there was member from Poland or Holland I think that had port holes in his rear pillars.... maybe Marco? Can anyone else remember his details?
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I have a set of complete portholes here in WA if you're​ interested, pretty sure they are foMoCo. Can check if you like
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You're right Bill it is Marco, but his is a '58 & doesn't have the long T. Bird emblem. The '58 has a round, & the '59 has the small emblem & not in the centre.
When are you coming to Adelaide?

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