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I am the original owner of a 1987 21' Bahner open-bow I/O. It's been a great boat and I've tried to take good care of it. Unfortunately, the passenger-side windshield was recently broken (a passenger used it as a hand-hold), so I am now in need of a replacement windshield. The plastic is now 25 years old and is getting foggy, so it doesn't look that great anyway.

I would love to find out who the original manufacturer was, and would call Rod Bahner to find out, but don't know if he's still around or not.

Any suggestions?
 

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I have not seen Rod Bahern in years. I can build you a new set of windshields if you would like. Take the old ones off box then and send them to me. That way I can install the holes in the right place.
601 E Alton Santa Ana Ca 92705. 714 540 8908. I hope this will help you.

I am the original owner of a 1987 21' Bahner open-bow I/O. It's been a great boat and I've tried to take good care of it. Unfortunately, the passenger-side windshield was recently broken (a passenger used it as a hand-hold), so I am now in need of a replacement windshield. The plastic is now 25 years old and is getting foggy, so it doesn't look that great anyway.

I would love to find out who the original manufacturer was, and would call Rod Bahner to find out, but don't know if he's still around or not.

Any suggestions?
 

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I am the original owner of a 1987 21' Bahner open-bow I/O. It's been a great boat and I've tried to take good care of it. Unfortunately, the passenger-side windshield was recently broken (a passenger used it as a hand-hold), so I am now in need of a replacement windshield. The plastic is now 25 years old and is getting foggy, so it doesn't look that great anyway.

I would love to find out who the original manufacturer was, and would call Rod Bahner to find out, but don't know if he's still around or not.

Any suggestions?
Finneys in Lake Havasu is awesome. But, be sure you check the price first. They are pretty sure they worth a lot of money. I'm sure Wilkes can do a great job too.
 
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