I called them a month ago, and was told they no longer sell to non-commercial customers.Pilkington maybe? If they have a depot near you they will internally truck it to that depot, you pick up there, for a flat fee. I did that for my Tiger.
I suspect that's an urban legend. I'm not saying that I know the quality level of the glass sold by Mygrant in Methuen - maybe it is wavy. But I don't think you can generalize to say that all Chinese glass is junk.I have been told by a few people that the Chinese glass is junk and to stay away if possible because it can be wavy. Not sure if it's true, but ....
Are you happy with the quality and fit of the FU glass?This may not directly help, but my local mobile windscreen fitter here in downtown metropolis (joke) of Hobart Tas, Aus, sourced a newly Chinese-made windscreen For my GTV from Australian held stock for under AUD200 (USD140). I got the tint strip whether I wanted it or not, but it shows somebody is still making them.
A quick search for the FY branded screen I have installed yielded results for Fuyao glass. Keep asking questions.
Well sure, but are any European companies still making glass for 50 year old cars?I would prefer Italian glass (with etching to prove it). As a second choice I would prefer European made glass (sekurit, saint gobain, etc).
That could be a deal breaker. I wonder how pronounced the tint is? I'm not one of these purists who demands an untinted windshield; back when Prosource Glass will still in business, Richard got me a uniformly-tinted Pilkington windshield that looks (and fit) fine. The tint really isn't noticable. But a dark tinted strip across the top would be a no no.the YF glass has a tinted strip across the top.
Haw haw, that's pretty funny. What if you gave him eleven leading zeros followed by your six-digit VIN?I did try the AR dealer and they said I need the 17 digit vin regardless of the age of the vehicle. Parts guy is probably 25 years old....