Rubber insulation, electrical connection and door,door lock rods.
Well, there it, an inside picture of you inner door, showing the broken regulator that was replaced.
We repair over 800 of these a year, so there is no guess work on adjustment and fit,
we do it right the first time.
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Packard introduced the first power windows in the 1940 Packard 180 series. This was a hydro-electric system. In 1941, the Ford Motor Company followed with the first power windows on the Lincoln Custom.
The "Hydro-Electric" system (windows, front seat adjustment and convertible top) was standard on 1947 model year. The full system was standard only on the high-end GM convertibles made by Oldsmobile, Buick, and Cadillac. It was only available as a package; that is, power assisted windows, front seat, and convertible top (where applicable). This feature can be identified in 1948 and later General Motors model numbers with an "X" at the end, such as the 1951 Cadillac Sixty Special sedan, model 6019X. Power assists originated in the need and desire to move convertible style tops up and down by some means other than human effort. The earliest power assists were vacuum-operated and were offered on Chy. Corporation vehicles, particularly the low-cost Plymouth convertibles in the late 1930s. The electrically operated hydraulic pump system was shared by Hudson and Packard for their 1948 through 1950 models. The seat and window assist system became available on GM closed cars (standard on some Cadillac Series 75 models and all Series 60 Specials, commonly called Fleet wood beginning with the 1948).The driver's door contained four buttons in addition to the remaining individual windows