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1962 Dodge Dart Driver Side Rear Door Glass For 4-door Sedan.good Used Cond. on

US $45.00

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
No cracks or chips.Few small,light scratches.Decent mount plate.Rusty,but no rot.
Brand:OEM Surface Finish:glass. Manufacturer Part Number:unknown Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear UPC:Does not apply

                        Jon's End of The Road Garage
1962 Dodge Dart 4-door sedan driver side rear door glass. Good driver condition.
No cracks or chips. Has a couple of small light scratches, but not serious. Glass is
clear. Comes with a decent mount/track. Rusty with some pitting, but no rot and is
firmly attached. Should also fit station wagon. International buyers please note. This
item will be very expensive to ship outside of the US.  
                  Buy It Now: $ 45.00 / O.B.O.  

This item is sold with a 14 day money back guarantee. 14 days start
with date received and all items are shipped with tracking. Please
contact me promptly if you are not satisfied with your purchase.

We offer shipping via USPS parcel post, USPS priority mail, and UPS.
We will also ship USPS express mail and Federal Express on request.
PLEASE NOTE: USPS parcel post sometimes is VERY slow. If you want
it fast please pay the extra amount for Priority mail or UPS. Most items
will ship within 24 hours of receiving payment. 

We will ship worldwide. This item can be shipped to some European countries via
USPS however you should contact me BEFORE buying. International buyers must
pay by Pay-Pal. Please contact me before paying to arrange S & H. Please note:
Customs fees/duties are not included in shipping cost and are the responsibility of
the buyer. *Special note to Canadian buyers: UPS charges a broker's fee that is not
included is shipping cost.

Sorry, due to eBay policy we are only able to offer Pay-Pal as a payment
option at this time.

Payment arrangements must be made within 48 hours of sale/auction close
and we ask that payment be made within 10 days.Any item that goes unpaid
for 14 days WILL be reported to ebay as such. 

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I will respond as
soon as possible.

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