So the Fury has a power rear window. I remember the day when it started to catch as it went up and down. It was summer break and Mom had taken all seven of us to the grocery store (I still can't believe she did that...) and we were on our way home and there was a cloud burst. I was in the way back with one of my siblings and the window was down. As rain and spray came in Mom started to roll up the window form the driver's seat. It got about 3/4 of the way up and then ground to a halt. I had to unbuckle and pull it up the rest of the way. When we got home we had to push it down, past that same spot. It's been that way ever since. In fact, over time it has gotten progressively worse. Well, this week I decided to try and do something about it. I had the Fury at the local glass shop and figured, since I was there I might as well take the leap and have them dig into the problem. They pulled everything out and their assessment is the problem lies with the motor itself. Everything else looks great. They cleaned things up and added new grease and manually working the mechanism there is nothing that looks out of place. So, I took the motor to a Yakima Battery and left it with Carl. He said they would take it apart and see what they can do.. My hope is that it can be rebuilt, good as new, and that once reinstalled the rear window will work like it's supposed to. However, there is the possibility that they won't be able to get it working. As a plan B I am looking for possible replacement motors. Of course there isn't anything that says it is specifically for a 1964 Plymouth B-Body wagon. I would bet dollars to doughnuts that this motor was used in other vehicles across the Chrysler family. Does anyone have a parts diagram of the power rear window of 64 Mopar wagons? Has anyone replaced a motor like this? Just looking for options.