Re: 1959 Park Lane Power Window Design
Virgil & Sue Klein
I don’t know too much about ’59s but we have several in IMOA. I did look at a pictures of a station wagon for sale on ebay. It does appear that there are some kind of controls on the left dash after is wraps around under the windshield. I would suggest obtaining a shop manual if you buy the car. It will have all the details. Faxon at faxonautoliterature.com has the book or CD/DVD.
Also in answer to your other post on decoding the data plate I can only help in two areas. For some reason the sources I am using (Fall, 2001 issue of Quicksilver) does not have the trim codes for the ’59 but does have the other codes. The transmission code 7 denotes a M/D, dual range transmission and the 2 for axle is a 2.71:1 for automatic transmission.