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    Question Rear window vents?

    Wondering if anyone has a chance to make a rear window vent. Would pay LoL!

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    Weather shield is a better option imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    Weather shield is a better option imo.
    To me, I don't like the way the window shield looks, I wanted window vents because it looks like something for a rally car.
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    Yes I agree. I would love a set of those. I am getting to the point of wanting to trade this car in for something that has more aftermarket support actually. This car has been out since 2014 (longer in other parts of the world) and there is still nothing widely available in the US for this car. I do not have the patience. A Fiesta ST or a 500 Abarth will probably be the next purchase.

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    Thought initially you were talking about turning the smallish window into a pivoting vent visor window like my 83 Grand Marquis.

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    Yes they seem simple enough to make.


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