Originally Posted by basjoos
The rear glazing is Lexan. Once I conclusively proved the FE benefits of the boattail on my car, I rebuilt it with more durable materials (aluminum sheet and Lexan) than the original prototype was built of (coroplast and clear vinyl) as well as utilizing the additional space enclosed by the boattail..
Is there anything to note when working with Lexan? I have clear vinyl on mine, but maybe I'd replace it.
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