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1955-1959 Chevy & Gmc Pickup Original Chrome Side Window Frames on 2040-parts.com

US $95.00
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Troutdale, Oregon, US

Troutdale, Oregon, US
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1955-1959 Chevy & GMC Truck Original Chrome Side Window Frames (Pair).

This is a good solid pair of frames with poor chrome. Would be perfect for a Rat Rod. Glass will need to be replaced.

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