1960 60 Chevy Impala 4 Door Sedan Back Glass on 2040-parts.com
Faith, North Carolina, United States
this is a back glass from a 1960 chevy impala. 4 door sedan..this back glass has no chips cracks or bad scratches. .. no fogging or bubbling....I am parting out a 1960 chevy impala 4 door sedan..if you need a certain part,email me and I will get it listed for you.
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