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    Heh ya I'm looking into getting my self another corolla and I'm heading towards a panel van this time and I've seen a few with the rear panels removed and replaced with glass does anyone now how this is done? Is the a build thread somewhere where someone has done this I'm interested very interested!! Click image for larger version. 

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    Don't think full glass was Aus spec, only had very rear small glass, looks poxy, but check out haveaparty build thread and hit him up, I think he bought the glass off NZ trademe site and shipped it over. http://www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/fo...20c-powered-E7
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    Yeah sweet thanks man I was watching this build at the start but haven't had a look at it for a while so ill check it out later on tonight an f20c ke70 would be insane!!

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    We only ever got them fully panelled (like mine) in Aus. Any of the small shitty windows you see are normally cut in and I would assume it's for visibility while driving. If you get onto trademe.co.nz and create an account you may be able to find a listing with all the bits when someone wrecks a car, next step is convincing said Kiwi to safely pack up the glass and send it with the hinges and stays for the pop out. Our local 4 door wagon rear windows should fit I would assume. Check out Starni-boy's old build thread, he did it on his pano.

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    Should just make some perspex windows.
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    Well I found some glass on eBay it says its for a ke70 wagon so Id think that'd work? And are the front guards on a panel van different than a flat fronted ke70 sedan the indicators on the front corners look to be bigger on the panel vans is this correct? Cos if I got a panel van I'd want to put in a set of quad lights so I wanted to no if they'd fit Click image for larger version. 

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    The blue early front car you posted the photo of will accept the quad headlights. Panelvan guards are different. Ke70 and ae71 panel vans both have same rad support as slanty front ke/ae71.

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    If the wagon glass on eBay is the rear two then I'd say it will fit. Quad headlights on to panel van rad support will require new holes to be drilled.

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    I see so when you say drill more holes is that the only modification you need to make to make the quad lights fit a ke70 slant and panel van front?

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    And use all the panels from an early front ke70. Guards, bonnet & beaver panel.

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