I've seen a few early Scamps that have 3-section windows front and rear in which the center section tips out. Don't know why they discontinued them after a short run. See this one:
Unless you can find something like that, fiberglass work is required, as Dave says, to create a flat window opening in the curved shell. Then, since you'd lose the gelcoat where you made the modifications, you might end up having to paint
the shell. You'll probably give up some resale value since it won't look stock.
Sometime around the mid-80's Scamp
reshaped the rear of the upper shell to accommodate a flat radius slider.
I agree- how much trouble is it worth? Your two full jalousie side windows have as much or more ventilation area as all three of my sliders. And I believe you have a jalousie in the door to ventilate the front, no?
What you really want is a vintage Trillium
1300 with full jalousies all around!
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