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The switch in my car ('65) looks a lot like the power window switch in later year. You may be able to find a power window switch would passes for OEM.
 

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Maybe, you have a break in the wires running back from the switch to the top motor. Two heavy wires run under the carpet from the switch under the back seat into the trunk. If you have had the driver's front seat out recently, you could have crushed one or both wires when you reinstalled the seat. This should be easy to test with a continuity tester. I recently had a problem with the tail lights on my car. It turned out that the plug connector for the rear wiring harness had just fallen apart. With these old cars, anything is possible.
 
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