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Try online with your area salvage yards for the specific window you need. If not an organized yard on computer, maybe try the Pull A Part type where you search the yard and remove the part you need yourself. They are sometimes cheaper and have unsorted cars in their

yard and you do not have to pay shipping. You could skip buying and installing a temporary fix. Just a google search can find some deals locally or further away if you are willing to pay shipping. I have found some fairly rare parts through the years that way and saved some bucks here and there. Of course if the window is fully broken out time is a factor, but the organized yards with computerized inventories can usually put their hands on it the same day. If close, you could drive to pick it up right away. I apologize if this is preaching to the choir, but sometimes we can overlook some of our options. Good luck.

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