I know some XJs came from the factory in a van configuration. Just wondering if anyone has removed their glass, and covered the hole with sheet metal. I think it'd look pretty good if it were blended-in to the rest of the body(rather than being beveled in like it is now). And it could be used for mounting shelving or whatnot on the inside.
I photoshopped these to get an idea of how it might look.
(I don't know whose jeeps these are)
This is probably a bit pedantic especially for JeepForum, but you shouldn't be using Windex to clean automobile windows anyway. Ammonia-based cleaners can really mess-up aftermarket tint and dry-out rubber/plastic/seals.
I don't think it looks better at all (not bad; just not better either), but that's subjective and to each his/her own. I agree that the driver's side quarter window is nearly useless to the driver, but I don't agree that the passenger side is equally useless. I wouldn't like the reduced visibility. A 2-door would really have visibility issues and would definitely need some different side mirrors to compensate imo.
Thats different. In conjuction with this, I wonder what it would look like if the back area was painted hardtop style like a JKU to create the illusion of a chop top. Does that make sense? I dont have photoshop or id add that in to your photos above lol
- '99 XJ Sport -
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