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1968-70 Datsun Roadster Tall Windshields Green Tint Year End Special $199 Each! on

US $199.00

Andover, Massachusetts, United States

Andover, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Placement on Vehicle:Front Warranty:1 Year Other Part Number:NAGS GLASS PART#FW214 Country/Region of Manufacture:China Brand:FYG Brand

This is a closeout special for just the Tall version  1968-70 Datsun Roadster 1600/2000 Series green tint windshields.  These are shipped from our location in MA. These are new factory light green tint throughout. These are the lowest price we ever offer but need to reduce inventory before end of the  year!  There is a $25 carton fee. This ships for $110- 145  range within most of the continental USA. We can ship 2 or more by truck freight for $135-185 range. Just inquire for specific freight details. They can be picked up here in New England.
Please note we have the FYG brand in stock, pictures are of the other brand XYG which  are exact same.

ProSource Glass International

Andover, MA 01810

Tel:877-345-2800 Toll Free US & Canada or 978-975-5400  Fax:978-975-5300    7 Decades Family Glass Business

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