Source for Windshield for older Motorhomes.

I have noticed people looking for Windshields for their older model Motorhomes.  I was able to get a windshield for my 1989 model LaSalle by Champion from the following company:

Custom Glass Solutions by Guardian,

24145 W Martin Road,

Millbury, Ohio 43447,

Phone 419-855-7706

www.customglasssolutions.com

They shipped it to Pembina, North Dakota where I picked it up.  I was concerned about breakage but the way it was packed you could drive a tank over it and it would be okay (ha ha)).  The surprising thing was that they had it in stock.They wanted the number off of the windshield which I couldn't read but being a 2 piece w.shield I gave them the number off the RH side and they worked from that.so if you require a windshield give these guys a try.  \hope this info is helpflu.  All the best for the Festive Season.

Jack MacDonald, Domain Manitoba, Canada(the cold country).

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Comment by Rich Thomas on December 13, 2015 at 8:27pm

Thanks Jack, I checked out that site and it looks like they can handle just about any kind of transportation related window glass. Definitely a good resource to remember. 

Comment by Russ Johnson on December 13, 2015 at 6:10pm
I agree with you Pat, I have looked at the windshield (2 pieces) on our motorhome and wondered what I would ever do if one or both of them got broke. This business will be a real life saver for me and many of us RVers with oddball windshields and windows.
Comment by Pat Daly on December 13, 2015 at 5:18pm

Hey, Jack thanks for letting us know about this resource. We always seem to need rv windows for our vintage rvs.

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