I've look them over several times looking for a name plate or some identification, but if there ever was something on it to identify the manufacturer, its been removed or lost a long time ago. and yes- they are hinged. The top mounting plate has a raised flange with a hole in it that allows the small bolt through. The louvers have a yoke on them (like a bent Y) with a hole thought the top of the Y for the bolt to pass. The side mounts have a spring loaded shaf that is flared on the end. This flared end goes through the matching shaped hole on the side window mount. Twist the spring loaded bolt after inserting into the side mount and its locked down. Twist the other way and lift up to clean the glass. I use aquarium cement to hold under the metal parts of the brackets that touch the glass. Months later- no probs.swiss said:Do you know who made them and are they the hinged model?
Sure can try. The cute divorced lady down the street has a digital camera but my wife won't let me talk to her So my next option is to take a roll of film with my regular camera and have Eckerts Drug make a CD disk, which I can download. This may take a few days. I will get a close up and get it to you.swiss said:Can you get a couple of close up pics that won't hurt your feelings about your paint job? <grin> Thanks,