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1964 Pontiac Full Size Rh Vent Window Assembly on


Vidor, Texas, United States

Vidor, Texas, United States
Rubber gasket is age cracked and would need replacing
Manufacturer Part Number:5715086 4872616 Placement on Vehicle:Front

1964 Pontiac full size RH vent window assembly.  Soft Ray LOF glass is in good shape.  Chrome is in very good condition with only 3 small bubbles at very top inside as shown.  Vent frame is in good shape with a few very small round peeled spots on inside middle of the angled piece.  Rubber seal has cracks at the bottom and would need replacing.  Window track felt  shows normal wear for the age.

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