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1962-64 Chrysler Imperial Le Baron Original Rear Glass Oem Mopar Rare on

US $450.00

Cranston, Rhode Island, US

Cranston, Rhode Island, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:MOPAR Placement on Vehicle:Rear Warranty:No

 This is an original rear glass for 1962,63,64 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron, and/or Southhampton, THIS IS NOT FOR IMPERIAL CROWN, OR CUSTOM, this glass is smaller in dimension than that of Crown or Custom, it may fit earlier years as well for LeBaron. This glass in this condition is extremely hard to find for Imperial, this one is also tinted as you can see, the only thing remotely wrong with it is it has 2 small chips at the edge on the passenger side(see pictures 6 and 8) which would hide under a new rubber seal , therefore you can consider them negligible. I was saving this piece for years for a possible 57 project which never came to be,as I said this rear glass can fit earlier years for Lebaron, but you will have to to do your own research on that, for example , there is some minor differences with Imperial windshields for 60-64 yet manuals they will fit.I took as many pictures as possible to show you different angles, you can the original Mopar script in pic 2, this item cannot go cheap for price and for shipping. I will do my best to get it to you unharmed, will have to insure, but of course as with anything you cant guarantee it will get there in  one piece. Thanks for looking, feel free to ask questions or make suggestions, and /or negotiate. WILL SHIP ANYWHERE IF BUYER PAYS COST

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