So,,here is my supposition on building a windshield...Although I support the endeavor, it's not for me. I have 3 boats in restoration. 4 Motors, An RM125, A 1992 RARE Jeep Comanche,,250 Antique robots and toys to sell,,A new two story 24x24 shed to erect,, A mother with Alzheimers and work.. This on top of 5 vehicles on the road and 5 boats,,,I don't have any time to spare for windshields,Flying Bridges or roofs over them. Mark,,check with local fabricators and Aircraft techs.. You need to do this stuff local.. Any of them can do it.. None of us are special.. We are all trained in the art. Some are better than others,,most are better than me.
I agree with, Ian. It wouldn't be hard at all. Just a little time consuming. The front windows on my Cruisemaster are glass with rubber gasket. No roll out windows. Although, it would be nice to have them it looks just fine without.
1955 Vagabond I w/ 1955 Mercury MK55 50 hp
1957 Ranger III w/ 1957 Evinrude Big Twin 35 hp (sold)